3d Hologram Projector features Interactive touch screen.

In todays busy trade show environment presenting your product or message to booth visitors in an interesting attention drawing manner is a must.  A 3d Hologram Projector features Interactive touch screen was recently used to exhibit multiple products at the touch of a finger. The Holographic Projector from Trade Show Holograms features an interactive touch screen which allows those interacting with it to call up any of the holographic presentations on demand.

The 3D nature of the projection that appears to float in mid air proved popular with visitors to the  SPX FLOW booth at Adipec 2017.

Holographic Projection System

Hologram Projector at trade show.

Trade Show holograms, the company that manufactures the 3d Hologram Projector that features the Interactive touch screen notes that the displays are very popular as trade show rentals. Trade Show Exhibitors find the bright 3D visuals to be a great feature at attracting attention to their booth.

The hologram projector was designed specifically for trade show use. It projects the floating holograms at eye level so they can be seen from greater distances. The company developed ” Ultra Bright Technology ” to allow the projections to be seen in bright trade show environments. BOSE speakers on either side of the display offer audio narrative during the presentations to increase viewer interest.

The projected 3D hologram image is much larger than competing hologram projectors. The larger hologram projection has the ability to attract attention from greater distances than smaller versions.

The holograms projections are made by the creative team at Trade Show Holograms. They convert 3D files such as AutoCAD or STEP files to holographic images. The dimensional data from the models is textured an coloured to create a photo real look to it. If you look closely to some metallic parts you can actually see reflections of other items. In one instance the company created a holographic fire truck. The truck had chrome bumpers on it and a closer look revealed a stop sign, street, sky and other images reflected in the chrome to give it realism.

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