Seems that CNN is as psyched about their holograms as we are. They actually did a follow up piece, specifically addressing their cool star wars hologram reporter technology. In addition to David Bohrman explaining the tech behind it, “internet guru” Abby Catton (sp?) give a few shoutouts to the bloggers and YouTube commenter out there. Interesting to see that major networks are creating tech-ed out visuals, and then going back to the internet and listening to the “geeks” for feedback. Also, David Bohrman managed to reign in Wolf’s excitement a little, and comment that the heart of the broadcast was covering the election, not displaying their cool new technology.
CNN Goes In Depth on the Inner Workings of the Election Night Holograms
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