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    Socio-Holographic Imaging of a person

    Suppose there is a crowd of 1000 people. lets single out 1 person (Mr X) and allow 999 to describe him on a piece of paper separately. Everyone has different observation regarding behaviour and personality of "X". All 999 people describe "X" as a different personality. A sketcher /painter / software etc is hired/used to sketch 999 seperate sketches of "X". if all combined in a proper way can "newly formed sketch " truly represents Mr X?
    We have 999 different perspectives on the nature and behaviour of Mr X , combined as a single result. Will this combination be called as socio holographic imaging of Mr X?


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    Quote Originally Posted by precious siraj View Post
    A sketcher /painter / software etc is hired/used to sketch 999 seperate sketches of "X". if all combined in a proper way can "newly formed sketch " truly represents Mr X?
    We have 999 different perspectives on the nature and behaviour of Mr X , combined as a single result. Will this combination be called as socio holographic imaging of Mr X?
    1. Define "truly represent".
    2. You can call it anything you wish. Socio-holographic imaging sounds pretentious.
    3. The accuracy of the initial descriptions will be dependent on the background and skills of the 999 observers.
    4. Why would you want to do this?


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    Quote Originally Posted by John Galt View Post
    1. Define "truly represent".
    many responses combined as a single response, and 99% light shed on the genetic / original personality of Mr.X. when one person say something about Mr X , it can be a lie, when 999 people say something, how it can be a lie?
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    2. You can call it anything you wish. Socio-holographic imaging sounds pretentious.
    After watching a holograph I had conceived this idea.
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    3. The accuracy of the initial descriptions will be dependent on the background and skills of the 999 observers.
    so it is statistical problem (Choosing of right sample of 1000 people)
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    4. Why would you want to do this?
    It will help understand a person. Mr X may not remain a mystery after holographic imaging!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by precious siraj View Post
    Socio-Holographic Imaging of a person

    Suppose there is a crowd of 1000 people. lets single out 1 person (Mr X) and allow 999 to describe him on a piece of paper separately. Everyone has different observation regarding behaviour and personality of "X". All 999 people describe "X" as a different personality. A sketcher /painter / software etc is hired/used to sketch 999 seperate sketches of "X". if all combined in a proper way can "newly formed sketch " truly represents Mr X?
    We have 999 different perspectives on the nature and behaviour of Mr X , combined as a single result. Will this combination be called as socio holographic imaging of Mr X?
    Brilliant! I think you've discovered a new art form. Social holography is a great name for it. And as is founder you get to name it. I see no reason why it has to be 999 others or why they must be together in a crowd. Do you mean the we gather the 999's conceptions about Mr. X even though they don't know him? I gather the observations are about his character, not just his appearance, right? Whether the socio-holograph truly represents Mr. X would all be part of the fun. I guess Mr. X (and/or a few who know him personally) would have to come forward afterward and say how accurate the sketch is. It sounds like lots of laughs.

    I just had a thought! Why not adapt this to Facebook. You gather x number of observations of the 'target' person (Mr X) . The subject (Mr X) could star in a short video (unaware he is being filmed) and then people describe him. You would have to be careful of hurting people's feeling though.
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