Rapturous applause for India's now Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.
However, look closely and you'll see it's not really him, but a hologram.
With 800 million voters to reach, the technology allowed him to address audiences in different places at the same time on the campaign trail.
Now, the company behind this kit is looking at new ways of using it.
They hope ideas like this 3D yoga instructor could stretch the limits of the technology.
Transcrição em português
Esfuziante aplauso para o novo primeiro-ministro da Índia, Narendra Modi.
Mas olhe de perto e você verá que não é ele de verdade, mas um holograma.
Com mais de 800 milhões de eleitores a serem alcançados, a tecnologia permitiu a ele discursar a plateias diferentes ao mesmo tempo durante a campanha eleitoral.
Agora, a empresa por trás deste equipamento está buscando novas formas de usá-lo.
Eles esperam que ideias como esse instrutor de ioga em 3D possam expandir os limites dessa tecnologia.
hologram a special type of photograph which looks 3D
to address (here) to speak to a group of people
the campaign trail a series of planned events a politician takes part in while trying to get elected
stretch the limits push how much is possible
Use one of the words or phrases below to complete each of these sentences from news reports.
Note that you may have to change the form of a word to complete the sentence correctly.
rapturous / hologram / to address / the campaign trail / stretch the limits
1. "But if that really happened it would be an extreme case that would truly _________ of what is considered to be possible."
2. Mr Gove and Mrs May are both set _________ the House of Commons.
3. The Tribune says Mrs Gandhi, a three-time MP from Rae Bareli, was given a "_________ welcome" on her arrival and was showered with rose petals.
4. Ms Yingluck performed well _________ - people seemed to warm to her.
5. The event also saw a _________ of the late Michael Jackson taking to the stage along with performances from John Legend and Lorde, among others.
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2. Mr Gove and Mrs May are both set to address the House of Commons
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3. The Tribune says Mrs Gandhi, a three-time MP from Rae Bareli, was given a "rapturous welcome" on her arrival and was showered with rose petals. s
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4. Ms Yingluck performed well on the campaign trail - people seemed to warm to her.
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5. The event also saw a hologram of the late Michael Jackson taking to the stage along with performances from John Legend and Lorde, among others.
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