David Guetta delivers a hi tech glimpse with the futuristic looking HoloDesk in his latest Colin Tilley produced music video.

David Guetta teamed with Chris Brown and Lil’ Wayne for his latest clip “I Can Only Imagine”. The music video features a hi tech look including the futuristic looking HoloDesk, complete with two holographic 12″ turntables…who said vinyl is out?

Is vinyl going to make a come back as holographic vinyl? Has David Guetta and Colin Tilley seen the future?

By utilizing face mapping technology, David Guetta has created an expensive looking clip centered around a hi tech looking control room for his new “I Can Only Imagine” clip that also used six video sets and including a skateboarding ramp.

The music video was directed by talented 24year Video Music Director Colin Tilley, with a ton award winning music videos under his belt. He was nominated for three videos at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards including best male video, best best hip hop video, and best collaboration video. Colin Tilley has directed music videos for artists including Chris Brown, Justin Bieber, Justin Timberlake, 50 Cent, Lil Wayne,[1] Diddy, Usher, Melanie Fiona, Keri Hilson, Wiz Khalifa and UK rapper Chipmunk among others. His most notable and frequent collaborator is Chris Brown for whom he has directed 19 video projects. Colin Tilley has won several awards including Best Male video at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards for Justin Bieber “You Smile” and video of the year at the 2011 BET Awards for Chris Brown’s “Look at Me Now” video.

Colin Tilley is part of the Riveting Entertainment team founded by Andrew Listermann and Emerald Listermann in 2008.
The company has had a metoric rise in the four short years the company has been operating with a beevy of award winning and highly acclaimed music videos of a whos who in the entertainment world.

What do you think of this latest iteration of the HoloDesk used by David Guetta in his latest release “I Can Only Imagine”?

Tom Trautsch performed live at EuroSport 2011 with HoloDesk

The SuperKombat World Grand Prix Final was broadcast live in eighty-three countries on the 19 November and featured the talented experience of German based DJ legend Tom Trautsch – European HoloDesk DJ Amabassador.

Erhan Deniz, Sergei Lascenko, Ismael Londt and Pavel Zhuravlev, the winners of the four SuperKombat World Grand Prix events which had taken place throughout 2011, will compete at the event to decide the overall champion.

Mitsubishi Motors, the main sponsor of the promotion, awarded the winner with a sport car Lancer Ralliart, beside the prize money (a cheque for € 50,000).