Benefits And Benefits Of The Performance

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Holographic performances are a convenient method to boost profits for event companies and partners such as promotion companies and contractual businesses. They do not have to pay out large sums to high profile musicians and tickets sold are expensive. “It is estimated that a two-year world tour featuring the digital Michael Jackson could rake in half a billion dollars” (Sherwell, 2014). With such profit potential, it is likely that the popularity of holograms will increase among event organisers. Arguably, technology does increase the ease of making a profit in some aspects. A current issue within the industry stems from ticket resale websites. In the circumstances of popular artists, tickets can sell out in minutes only to be…show more content…
Despite this, Hatsune Miku has a unique following that alter her songs and appearance through interaction. Fans can use the software to create their own songs, which supports young fans’ work. Although the hologram is popular in Japan, western figures may look at this technology to appeal to local consumers. Still, the demands of consumers in different locations and cultures are unlikely to be corresponding. Holograms could be considered a futuristic way for fans to see deceased musicians perform and an opportunity for historic artists to be remembered. Debord (1977) noted that any holographic experience should dazzle and deceive the audience. Some Michael Jackson fans claimed that his hologram was not a true interpretation. Perhaps it is all in perception; it is difficult to satisfy everyone which is something that promoters and event managers might find challenging. A singular event could serve as a tribute to incredible talent. However, we cannot use a living artists’ image without their consent, perhaps we should respect deceased artists in the same way and recognize when a successful career is over and not leave it in the hands of others. The reason fans attend events is primarily for entertainment and an experience. When this is considered, holographic performances can be justified when the association between musicians and their stage persona is observed. Arguably, any artist
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