Visitors to Florida now have the opportunity to learn interesting trivia about the Apollo Moon Program via a interactive hologram at the Kennedy Space Center.
The dual sided holographic kiosk, offers Space Center guests 3D visuals and narrative informing them of key aspects of the historic missions. Apollo 11 celebrates a 50th anniversary on July 20, 2019 and the new hologram exhibits are new displays that will remain after the anniversary celebrations. Visitors can access various holographic programs via a touch screen on either side of the display. No 3d glasses are required to view the 3D effect which appears to float in mid air. The special effects kiosks were created by Trade Show Holograms, a company that specializes in 3D holographic effects. The company builds similar displays for sale as well as trade show rentals across the globe.
The dual sided display is unique in the way it projects the images. Viewers can interact with a program on one side of the exhibit while viewers on the opposite side can interact with a completely separate hologram program. Viewer see only the content on their side of the display and not the projections on the opposing sides.
The hologram projector is high tech way to engage museum visitors with historical trivia. It gives them a chance to learn important aspects of the famous moon missions in a 3D realm. The interactive touch screens allow them to select from topics such as the Apollo 11 flight path to and from the moon, The low fuel issue during the first Lunar Landing or the Lunar Module extraction process.
With NASA’s high tech image it only was a matter of time before there would be a hologram at the Kennedy Space Center to help enhance the guest experience.
Attendees at the 2013 ASE Scientific Sessions were treated to a high tech surprise when Dr. Partho Sengupta presented a keynote speech with the use of a large sized 3D Hologram Projector which displayed holographic images floating in the air beside him. The holograms were up to 8 ft tall and included a holographic teleconference with friend and mentor Jim Seward. The 27 minute presentation earned Dr. Sengupta a standing ovation from the audience.
The company behind this amazing special effect was Trade Show Holograms which has been developing holograms large and small for corporate events, trade shows and conferences since 2006. The 3D projectors are for sale and for rent worldwide. The company has been developing the technology to a point that now allows for giant images to be projected in HD. The largest to date was 20 ft wide.
To meet the demand for life sized keynote holographic presentations Trade Show Holograms has also developed a portable hologram stage that can be displayed in a brighter trade show environment. That display can feature any CEO or keynote speaker as well as a virtual greeter, character or special effect such as a robot.
In the crowded trade show environment every exhibitor is competing for the attention of trade show and convention attendees. These days an informative booth is not enough to get a message or sales presentation across to potential clients. Those customers have to have a reason to find a trade show booth interesting enough to give it a closer look. Trade Show Holograms are a popular way to attract attention to any booth or exhibit at at a trade show.
The 3D hologram projectors are available for purchase or as a rental. 3D holographic images are seen by trade show visitors without the use of any special glasses. The displays are available in both the USA and Canada for trade shows, press conferences and media events.
Large 3D Hologram Projector Exhibited at trade show.