In todays busy trade show environment exhibitors all strive to both stand out from other booths as well as deliver a sales message in both an entertaining and memorable format. Stitching and Gluing Solutions did just that. The company utilized two dual sided 3D Hologram projectors from Trade Show Holograms, a company that offers the unique display for sale and rent across the USA and Canada.
The new dual sided hologram projector features an interactive touch screen on either side allowing booth visitors to watch separate holographic presentations on each side , independent of each other. The display proved quite popular and drew visitors to the Stitching and Gluing booth.
The latest interactive dual sided hologram projector from Trade Show Holograms was recently exhibited at SuperCorr Expo 2016 at the Orange County Convention Centre in Orlando FL. SuperCorr Expo is an annual trade show devoted to the cardboard and packaging industry.
This dual sided display features interactive touch screens on both sides allowing visitors to the display to access on demand holographic presentations via a simply touch of the touch screen. The dual projectors are aligned in such a way as to allow a viewer on one side to see and hear the 3D presentation of their choice while a viewer on the opposite side can access, view and hear a completely separate presentation on their side without interfering without opposing presentation.
The dual sided nature is the part that has most people baffled says Timothy Drake, the creator of the new dual system. ” They just can’t seem to understand how its possible, but it is. Its proven a very popular way to attract attention to a trade show booth, and keep it.” The dual sided nature of the exhibit doubles the interactivity of the available floorspace which is a bonus in the trade show world. ” Its all about maximizing floor space use” says Drake.
Drakes company Trade Show Holograms offers the displays for sale and rental across North America at trade shows and special events.
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