Trade Show Holograms recently displayed their largest 3D hologram projector ever. This giant hologram projection is a full 20 ft across floating in open space. Until this model was made available the largest hologram available was 6 ft tall and 10 ft wide making this new model double the width of the earlier model. Corporate Illusionist Timothy Drake has been developing this special effect technology since 2006 when he first displayed a hologram at a trade show at the Las Vegas Convention Centre in Las Vegas Nevada.
Since then Drake has made the 3D holographic exhibits available in a variety of sizes for sale and rental , big and small and now VERY big! The hologram projectors display a full colour, fully animated presentation that appears to float in the air. The amazing visual display can be seen in 3D without the use of any 3D glasses and attract crowds to a trade show booth or press conference.
Crowds gather to watch large size 3D Hologram Projection
Hologram projectors offer trade show exhibitors an exciting way to attract attention and visitors to their trade show booth. A 3D hologram projector creates a visual illusion of the clients logo, images, product or video floating in mid air. The holographic presentation can be in full color as well as full motion. Traditional holograms are limited to the greenish distorted static images that move as you pass by them. 3D Hologram projectors offer full animation, color and audio effects. Illusionist Timothy Drake created this version of the Hologram Projector for corporate clients several years ago and later formed Trade Show Holograms, a company that offers hologram rental in the USA and Canada.
Trade Show Holograms created a large scale 3D Hologram Projection for the Detroit Tigers World Series Party held at the Motor City Casino in Detroit Michigan. Illusionist Timothy Drake designed the giant hologram display which was displayed at the main entrance to the event. The displays are often used at trade shows and corporate press conferences across the USA and Canada. The Holographic presentation appears to float in mid air in 3D.