4D music experience lets you ‘play with music’s biggest icons’
A new 40,000sq ft (3,716sq m) museum in London, UK, will offer visitors the chance to perform on stage with some of the biggest musical icons, living and dead.
The Music Hall of Fame – set to open in 18 months’ time in Camden’s Stables Market – will have a 4d attraction that uses the same technology used at California’s Coachella Festival in 2012, which saw the holographic reincarnation of rapper Tupac Shakur who performed on-stage with Snoop Dogg and Dr Dre.
Using hologram technology, an illusion technique known as ‘Pepper’s Ghost’ will beam high definition images into a mirrored glass box to create a ‘3D space’ and give the appearance of a 3D object or person.
The new attraction, which will also feature a walk of fame running from Mornington Crescent to Chalk Farm, a Hard Rock Cafe-style restaurant and a UK music hall of fame, will give people the opportunity to perform alongside Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock or Freddie Mercury at the 1985 Live Aid concert.
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