Trade Show Holograms newest large scale dual sided interactive holographic projection system was showcased at the PGI 2016 trade show at the Orange County Convention Centre in Orlando Florida. Visitors to the SPX FLOW booth at PGI used the interactive touch screen to call up multiple 3D holographic projections on demand. The dual sided hologram projector allows booth visitors to view separate holographic presentations on both sides at the same time without interfering with the opposing side.
The system also features the new ” ultra bright ” technology which allows the images to remain bright and visible from greater distances in todays bright trade show environments.
Viewers see holographic presentations floating in mid air without the need of any special 3d glasses or VR systems. The glasses free 3D system proves popular with trade show visitors.
A trade show booth at CastExpo 2016 featured the debut of Trade Show Holograms newest design. This holographic exhibit featured a dual hologram projector which projected two independent holograms. Viewers on one side of the display could watch an entirely different holographic presentation than viewers on the other side. Touch Pad Interactive access allowed viewers to choose from any hologram on demand. The display also featured the new Ultra Bright Projection technology designed by the company.
This display has now been added to the companies rental stock for use in trade shows across the United States and Canada.
The futuristic look of Trade Show Hologram’s newly designed Hologram projector has proven a success in merging the 3D hologram technology with todays standard media forms. The holographic exhibit seen here at a Chicago Trade Show features standard video monitors in addition to the Holographic projection floating in air inside the display.
When asked how the company comes up with new designs , owner and founder Timothy Drake credits his clients most often. ” A client will ask for something new or something that hasn’t been done before and its up to us to make it happen.”
From that point the team at Trade Show Holograms create 3d renderings of a working prototype of the design to be approved by the client. From that point it goes to the construction phase. Below is a photo of both the concept design drawing and the finished product in use on the trade show floor.
Drake has designed hologram projectors in all shapes and sizes. One client required a hologram 20 ft wide which proved a challenge. ” It worked fabulously ” says Drake.
3D hologram projector from concept design to working reality.
Trade Show Holograms and LAVU Inc teamed up recently to create a large sized 3D hologram presentation for the National Restaurant Associations NRA 2015 show in Chicago IL at McCormick Place. The new large style projector creates holographic images up to 3 ft tall and 5 ft wide. Although not the largest of the companies projectors it is the newest and from all accounts the coolest looking. Often described as something ” Apple would have designed ” the curved display includes an additional 3 video monitors so a client can also feature standard video presentations in addition to the 3D holographic content that is projected. The holograms appear to float in mid air via technology similar to that seen in the Star Wars films. With interest in Star Wars VII growing rapidly the interest in holograms like those in the films are also growing. The original holograms created by Trade Show Holograms were inspired by the Princess Leia hologram in the original film.
Trade Show Holograms has been in the business of designing and creating hologram since 2006 where their first hologram was presented in Las Vegas as the Las Vegas Convention Centre. Since then the company has gone on to become the go to source for sales and rentals of trade show holograms and special effects for presentations in the USA and Canada.
Trade Show Holograms unveiled their newest 3d hologram creation with the debut of Victor ( part of the Fiona series of holographic robots )
Victor is the male counterpart to Fiona who is a not only a robot but a holographic virtual presenter and greeter. The holographic projection welcomed visitors to the 2013 BrainSTEM festival held at the Perimeter Institute in Kitchener Ontario. The display introduced guests to the festival and instructed them on participating in the event by tweeting answers to questions in the exhibit.
Trade Show Holograms has developed this life sized hologram projection to meet client requests to have their CEO, speaker or virtual presenter appear life sized in a 3D holographic form. Various other sizes of holographic projectors are available for rental and sale across North America for trade shows, conferences and product launches.
When Tyler Technologies wanted to highlight the perks of their new software the chose to do it via a 3D Hologram. Trade Show Holograms developed the 3D special effect for the Tyler booth at the IAAO 2013 held in Grand Rapids MI. The Holographic Exhibit offers viewers a 3D presentation without the use of any special glasses. The effect is quite amazing and attracts attention to a trade show booth. Trade Show Holograms has created a wide variety of holographic presentations ( for sale and rental ) of all shapes and sizes for special presentations, conferences, trade shows and press events across the USA and Canada.