Hologram Technical Sheet for Demo


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In the late 19th century a theatrical technique called Pepper’s Ghost created the illusion of a person who could appear and disappear. With a large piece of glass situated at an angle, this early effect intrigued audiences. Now, almost a 100 years later, a new technology has replaced glass and is designed to directly collaborate with high de?nition video and CGI imagery. This new foil composite is ?awless and invisible, allowing audiences to view our holographic imagery in a life-like visual experience. Now people (living or deceased), 3D graphics, and other custom CGI elements can appear and disappear without audiences knowing how it was displayed.

To create this illusion, a projector and/or LED screen must bounce an image from the base of your selected environment to the foil screen creating the 3D image. The foil sits at a 45 degree angle to the audience on a platform. This platform is customizable and may be used as a permanent or temporary installation. This can be done from a single sided projection to display the most realistic illusion, but a 4 sided 360 degree 3D installation is also available.

From a large format to a small format the image can be created for various levels of interaction; including ?oor, wall and window displays. Audience experience and interaction varies between a single sided, 4 sided display. Multiple environments can be incorporated from your sit down theater environment to your walking crowd environment. The possibilities of implementation are endless with our production abilities. Simply put this could be a 3 inch image of a product in a design case up to a dinosaur attacking an actor in an existing theater. Can be displayed at live performance to a product launch.

No idea or vision is to big with this technology in place. All the necessary elements are here, allowing you to travel through history, defy reality, and evade the constraints of time and/or location. Bring icons back to life or display large products on stage. If you want to address your share holders in live hologramic form from a remote location, (like Sir Richard Branson did from the Bahamas) you can! If you need to create an educational presentation like Queen Elizabeth did at the Diamond Jubilee; outlining her fashion sense over 60 years, you can! Many people saw the Tupac performance at Coachella and temporarily believed Tupac was real and alive. This generated a 500 percent increase in the artists’ album sales. His ‘hologramed’ performance generated over 50 million online views, and thousands of articles, blogs and tweets – simply because the time was right and effect was unforgettable. The brand awareness and viral marketing that comes with this application is unrivaled.

What started as a simple theatrical trick over 100 years ago, is now generating tremendous reactions with audiences in a variety of presentations.

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