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Holographic Eternity

Holograms are another new way our digital selves could be used after we are gone. Examples of holograms being used in the entertainment industry exist even today.

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Holographic Eternity
11 Nisan 2021 - 09:38 - Güncelleme: 11 Nisan 2021 - 16:33
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Eternity is no longer silent.
 

Esra Oziskender, @esraoziskender (Facebook, Instagram), @hrlink123 (LinkedIn), @HRLinkConsultin (Twitter), @esraoziskender (Clubhouse), [email protected]

The connections that we currently have to the people who have died are limited to very similar mediums that have remained constant through most of human existence. The immediate connection of the human remains’ location and the grave marker itself has been pervasive in ancient Egyptian cultures to the modern world today.

A newly available option is writing a blog post in advance and setting it for publication after death, as a way to transition our life’s work (our social media accounts and blogs) into an archive. These are perhaps the most in-depth and widespread archives of life ever to exist, documenting the likes and dislikes, highlights and sorrows, found throughout the lives of the famous and the not-so-famous the world over.

This is not a particularly new idea, like many prominent figures from the past scheduled a final work to be published at a predetermined interval after their death. Today more people than ever before have an audience on their social media accounts to receive their first posthumous post in context to their other posts and shares throughout their lives. Services like mykeeper.com, a collaborative online memorial platform to post and share memories, or ifidie.net, let you create a message or video distributed after you die. 

 


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