Holograms is the future of televised football.
Belgium TV are upping their broadcasting levels by heading into a innovative direction which includes conducting interviews via hologram.
Following Belgium's impressive victory against Brazil - securing a spot in the World semi-final in the process - Eden Hazard gave a post-match interview from his sides dressing room straight after the game on Friday night.
The video shows Hazard and the two presenters as if they were in the same room.
Here's the Chelsea ace speaking to Belgium channel La Une.
Is holograms the future of football broadcast? We're all for it.
Anyway, Hazard starred for Belgium as he steered his country to the last four.
He was absolutely unplayable against Brazil, producing heroics with the captains armband on as he attempted 10 take-ons, and, guess what, he completed all 10.
His performances in Russia has attracted interest from all over Europe including Real Madrid who have kept tabs on him for some time now.
It appears the Spanish giants will lose Cristiano Ronaldo, and the back-to-back-to-back Champions League holders are gunning for a high-profile replacement with reports suggesting a move for Hazard could be on the cards.
And the talented 27-year-old has talked up a move to Spain.
"Does Real make me dream less without Zidane?" he told beIN SPORTS.
Hazard on the ball. Image: PA
Hazard added: "Zidane is someone special, it's true, but I think Real is everyone's dream.
"Zidane or no Zidane, the white jersey [of Madrid] is special but the blue jersey [of Chelsea] suits me well so it does not bother me if I stay.
"For now, it's the World Cup. As I have said at least 100 times, I am at Chelsea and for the moment nobody has made me an offer."
Before Hazard returns to his club, he's got the small matter of a World Cup semi-final on deck.