A Ronald Reagan Hologram Debuts at Namesake Library

File this one in the super cool, yet still kind of creepy file!

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library has just added a new feature...a hologram version of the 40th President.

The Library is set to debut three Reagan holograms on display in the museum.  

One features Reagan in the Oval Office, another at his California ranch, and a third from a 1984 campaign stop. 

Visitors to the library will get to see the late president move and speak in his own voice in a small theater.

The holograms were made by combining footage of Reagan's face with an actor who replicated the former president's movements.  

David Nussbaum of Hologram USA called it "our most challenging hologram ever". 

“It had to be perfect. No pixelation. No rough around the edges. And it had to look exactly like President Reagan.”

The library's executive director, John Heubusch says that they nailed it and Reagan himself would have found the achievement to be incredible.

To see the holograms and visit the museum go to their website HERE.

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