Holographic Technology Used On TV People?
The purpose of this post is to address the phenomenon popularized by the definition “shape-shifting” and address a plausible connection to holographic technology. It is commonly understood by the time the beginning stages of a new technology, medical advancement, or scientific invention is announced to the general public; it has already been perfected. I believe many people are on to something regarding bizarre zebra-esque pixelations cloaking the face and bodies of television personalities — except it is not shapeshifting. I believe it is very close to “Phase-Shifting Dynamic Holographic Interferometry Using Photorefractive Recording Media” with the difference being the person is the media.
Let’s set up the well captured scenario: you are watching the television and person suddenly just their face and body becomes covered in strange zebra like patterns; nothing else in the frame has this phenomenon. Even another person could walk behind the zebra-esque plagued television personalities and they look perfectly unblemished. As a result, the blog0sphere is buzzing with reptilian shape-shifting theories. The question is: could there be a holographic technology match and the answer is yes. Many people will see the connection to what you are about to see.
The premise for this holographic technology to work would require the person to be coated in a very fine crystalline substance. It could be administered as a cream and easily spread over all exposed flesh. This crystalline coat will act as the canvass for the projected hologram. The fine crystals would allow for light and frequency to oscillate over and in the crystalline substance, giving the person the ability to reflect whatever is beamed into the crystals. Obviously, holding the illusion over long periods of time will be necessary and crystals are the perfect mechanism.
Below you will see several examples of actors, artist, politicians, television personalities, and entertainers all exhibiting this strange zebra-esque pattern. I am sure many professionals in the television industry will have a believable explanation for this phenomenon but what are the chances it would resemble a vital component of holographic technology? This is what we must explore in order to fully define the plausibility of holographic technology used on subjects in television. Why would a person’s image need to be changed at all? If this is true, there must be something the general public is not supposed to see!
I will attempt to keep the technology, as I understand it, in layman’s terms so as to not to confuse without too much technology jargon. Now again I would like to reiterate the technology we are reviewing is not the perfect match but it is suitable enough to establish the plausibility of this being using on a person. One of the key components of the holographic technology is the projection and unfortunately I can only offer conjecture as to the methodology. As I said before it is easy to cover a person in a fine cream based crystalline substance, turning them into a walking blank canvas.
Looking at the illustration above you can see the object (person) can have a hologram beamed through the crystals diffracting the true image into whatever image is desired. This shows us two separate images can be interlaced into one cohesive image. The observer would be none the wiser to the true cloaked image. Cultural behaviors are the perfect hindrance to closer inspections of holographically cloaked people. It is not like you will walk up to an adult and squeeze their cheeks like the cutest baby you have ever seen.
The next connection to holographic technology and this bizarre zebra-esque phenomenon with television personalities is known as the vibrating clamp plate. You will notice similar patterns manifesting over the televised subjects. How is it possible the these people have this same very similar effect all over their bodies? What you are seeing is a vibratory pattern, which is necessary for the holographic, to synchronize and map over the crystalline structures. What we have learned is this same vibratory pattern is shared by the television personalities.
Dynamic holographic interferometry using BSO photorefractive crystals allows:
• High resolution phase maps
• Video-rate visualization
• Post-processing of transient events
• Application to diffuse scatterers
• Application to phase-objects
As you can see there is a pattern match with the vibratory clamp holographic technology and the video disruption of the people on the television. Could it be true disruption of the video because of technical glitches? Yes, it is possible but it also closely resembles the vibratory clamp patterns as well. My point is to show you it is not far-fetched nor reaching to show a correlation between the two plausible conclusions. The frequency based element of broadcasting the image onto subject could be affected by other frequencies in the airwaves. This would be another uncontrollable variable of frequency phased image projection but possibly self correcting.
In closing you can see there are existing holographic technologies which can be applied to a subject. It is plausible any object or material covered in a fine crystalline coating can be turned into a target for holographic projection. If the field of a person has an image beamed onto it, the image can be changed. This would allow for an illusion to be received by the observer. Perhaps, we should open our minds to the possibility this is exactly what these glitches represent. There is a great deception in the last days and this technology is certainly deceiving.