We might make a list of how many ways this is a creepy.
Man, 35, reportedly marries computer hologram
Surrounded by nearly 40 people, a 35-year-old man reportedly married a virtual hologram earlier this month.
Akihiko Kondo, who works at a middle school in Japan, wed Hatsune Miku, a hologram that was created by a computer as singing software, on Nov. 4, Reuters reported Wednesday.
The hologram, which takes the form of a teen performer, “is a singing voice synthesizer featured in over 100,000 songs,” according to an online description from Crypton Future Media, the company whose program the character is modeled on, Reuters reported.
The company did not immediately return Fox News’ request for comment.
While acknowledging the traditional path to marriage, Kondo said he feels “the shape of happiness and love is different for each person.”
Will Fr. Martin, LGBTQSJ, write a book about building holographic bridges to the other-metaphysiked?
Will Fr. Rosica, Arbitor veritatis, put his stamp of approval on the practice?
Who will help us out?