Japan’s 2022 World Cup Vision Proposes Using 3D Holographic For Football (Soccer) Stadiums Around The World, Failed To Win The Bid

Japan’s vision of 2022 World Cup is so grand that it probably looks too unrealistic to the people who hand out the winning bid to countries that like to host world cup in 2022, and the result is Japan will not be able to host the 2022 World Cup.  The vision is so great and amazing that even I fear the whole world may feel not so compelling in participating what Japan proposes since full football (soccer) field will project 3D holographic of the players as if you’re there at the World Cup stadium.  If only Japan has won the bid, 2022 World Cup will encourage all countries that are participating in World Cup to build 3D holographic stadiums, and the people don’t have to travel to Japan to actually observe the World Cup event since the closest thing to reality is 3D holographic — which is pretty exhilarating even though I’m not even sure what it will be like since no such thing has ever existed yet but only on drawing board.

Japan also proposes the idea of wearing international translation machines on the neck and the earpieces on the ears to communicate with just about anybody who doesn’t speak your language.  It doesn’t even matter if you’re speaking the language that not even popular, because the translation machine will be able to translate all languages instantly.  This breaks down the language barrier and enhance the World Cup experience, after all it’s a world event.

Check out the video after the break to see Japan’s 2022 World Cup vision, but it’s disappointing that Japan had lost the bid!

Source: http://www.engadget.com/2010/12/03/world-disappoints-us-once-again-japan-loses-2022-3d-holographic/

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