A circus in Germany replaced it real animals with holograms

The Circus Roncalli in Germany replaced real animals with holograms to entertain people.Yes, it's just as awesome as it sounds. A few years ago, if someone would  have told you that circus animals would be replaced with holograms,you'd have laughed at his face. But it's a reality now.

It is important that we treat animals fairly and fight against animal cruelty and in this way replacing real animals with holograms is a great idea.


In 1976, The Circus Roncalli in Germany was set up and it is quite awesome to see that such an old circus is trying to be humble towards the animals & showing such humanity.  So what this circus does is that it uses holograms to add animals to their performances with the help of eleven projectors which are set up across the venue. The circus has performing animals such as monkeys,  elephants, horses, and even fish. They really look very realistic.

It is also worth to notice that the circus has made a history by becoming the first to do this, that is to replace real animals with holograms. The circus is not only putting a great message in front of the world  to stop cruelty towards animals but the circus authorities are also saving a lot of money in the process, as they don't really have animals to feed or transport.

Though,it will not be enjoyed by everyone, but is indeed a creative way to showcase what technology can achieve and how it can benefit the mankind. 

Now, let's make a promise to ourselves to love animals and just hope this act will serve as an inspiration to others as well and we get to see more creative ways of delivering good entertainment.

by Lokendra Sharma | Tue, Jun 04 - 11:51 AM

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