Tips For Creating A Holographic Eulogy Your Loved Ones Will Never Forget

In today's world of technological gadgets and devices, the presence of a holographic image of you at your own funeral may not be too surprising to some of your mourning loved ones. Watching you move and speak in a holographic image can be a great way to relieve some of the intense grief your loved ones may be experiencing over your death. Check out these tips for helping you create the kind of holographic eulogy your loved ones will talk about for years to come.

Advanced Planning For Holographic Imaging

While holographic recordings may seem to some like something from an episode of Star Trek, you should know that many funeral homes do provide this type of service. If you are considering making a holographic appearance at your own funeral, making plans for it in advance is recommended.  Locating a funeral home in your area that provides holographic recording is an important first step for your pre-planning efforts. Once you locate the funeral home you would like to handle your funeral services, deciding how to record your holographic message is your next step. Follow these tips for recording an effective and memorable holographic eulogy.

Recording the Eulogy

Recording your eulogy message years in advance can allow you to look like your family and friends remember you most. For example, if you record a holographic message while you are still healthy and walking around in your favorite jeans and t-shirt, your loved ones will remember you more that way than if you recorded the message as an elderly person confined to a wheelchair. Bear in mind the purpose of your recorded holographic message is to leave a lasting impression on your loved ones, so doing so while you are at your best is a good idea.

Speak to specific loved ones about your feelings for them and be sure to include everyone closest to you. The last thing you want at your funeral is a loved one feeling as though you didn't care about him or her in life.

When you talk to your loved ones, avoid acting depressed or sad over your own death. You may be surprised at how you can ease the severe grief of your loved ones when they see you in a holographic image stating you are not sad about your death and no one else should be either.

Thanks to modern technology, you can attend your own funeral while you are still young, happy, and healthy. By doing so, you can make a lasting impression on your loved ones and talk to them about your death in a way you may not have been able to during your life.

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