In 1996 scans were made of Michael at the age of 37, after he decided he wanted to make a virtual reality double of himself. The images were discovered when an American businessman tried to sell the scans for £1 million.
“The data has been in our archives and vault since then,” he said. Now experts say that the 3D images could be used to make Michael perform once more. They could possibly be used in video games, music videos and even films.
The public appetite for Michael has not diminished. The film, ‘This Is It’, took £61 million worldwide at the box office in the first five days and a DVD is due to be released shortly. Kenny Ortega has said that Michael had also been talking about making a full-length 3Dfilm of ‘Thriller’ before he died.