Yan revealed his strategy for TMZ Live's campaign on Wednesday, appearing in a video along with rapper Tupac Shakur's hologram.
"I was doing a demonstration of what a hologram would take to send the hologram to a Iowa campaign and other battlefields," Yang explained.
"We are exploring the rolling truck that would allow someone to see a hologram from me that is three-dimensional and gives my speech to the stump," said Yang in front of the newspaper. "And also, if I was in a studio that we could do very easily, I could broadcast and take live questions."
Yan told the Carroll Times Herald that the 3D hologram is a "fun way" to be in several places at once, but also links to his presidential message that weather is changing. "We can not just keep doing the same thing again and again and expect to achieve the results we need," Yang said.
Despite her new approach to the campaign, Yang told the newspaper that she plans to continue planning to stop the campaigns.
CNN reached Yan's presidential campaign for comment.