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Holograms of famous people: creepy or cool?

StarsInsider Logo By Stars Insider of StarsInsider | Slide 1 of 45: These days it can be near-impossible to see your favorite stars up close. Beyond the skyrocketing ticket prices, not every musician can make it to your corner of the world. What's more, so many legendary talents and famous faces simply aren't around anymore. But don't fear: holograms are here.What once seemed to be a far-off dream is now a very present reality, and it's most recently taken the shape of the late Whitney Houston. Audiences are divided on whether it's a great way to celebrate her life or a twisted way to exploit her in death, but both sides seem to agree on the strangeness of a virtual performance.And holograms are not just for those who've passed away, either. Click through this gallery to see which famous faces have appeared as holograms.

Holograms of famous people: creepy or cool?

These days it can be near-impossible to see your favorite stars up close. Beyond the skyrocketing ticket prices, not every musician can make it to your corner of the world. What's more, so many legendary talents and famous faces simply aren't around anymore. But don't fear: holograms are here.

What once seemed to be a far-off dream is now a very present reality, and it's most recently taken the shape of the late Whitney Houston. Audiences are divided on whether it's a great way to celebrate her life or a twisted way to exploit her in death, but both sides seem to agree on the strangeness of a virtual performance.

And holograms are not just for those who've passed away, either. Click through this gallery to see which famous faces have appeared as holograms.

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