A full sized Bengal Tiger appeared on stage at the Santa Clara convention centre via a large scale 3d hologram projector. Trade Show Holograms was asked to create the stunning special effect for the opening of a conference. The large holographic Tiger appeared to be projected into mid air in front of an audience of over 3000 people.
Victor is a life size 3d holographic projection and virtual presenter developed by Trade Show Holograms. The company has recently released a line of virtual greeters and spokespersons in holographic form. The first in the series was Fiona a female version in the robot line up. Victor was featured at the entrance way to the Perimeter Institutes annual BrainSTEM festival. He instructed guests on how to participate in the show via tweets.
The 3D hologram projection appears to float in mid air while making its presentation.
The specialized hologram projector can feature a wide variety of other characters, including a clients own speaker or CEO. The CGI nature of the robot allows it to display a wide variety of special effects as well as morph into other display products.
The displays are currently available for sale and rental in the US and Canada.
With Virtual Presenters and Promoters becoming popular with trade show exhibitors in the USA and Canada, Trade Show Holograms has developed a new attraction that addresses the problems of standard Virtual Presenter Exhibits. Fiona is a life size holographic 3D projection sure to amaze visitors and attract crowds to any trade show booth.
Standard Virtual Presenters are limited to a frozen pose and cannot move. They are videos being projected on to a cut out screen and only face expressions and very slight hand movements can be achieved. Fiona has a full range of movement, front back, side to side, 360, can move all her appendages in a natural range and is not limited to the boundaries of a silhouette cut out form. She can also change shapes and size as well as morph into any other virtual model of the clients choosing.
The standard virtual presenter is also a very 2d projection as it has no depth or 3rd dimension appearance. Fiona appears as a stunning 3D image without the need of any special glasses.
A standard virtual presenter is most often a recording of a sales person ( human ) and does not come across to a visitor as unique while Fiona is a Fembot ( Female Robot ) who’s very appearance is futuristic and very interesting to a trade show booth visitor. Fiona is available for rental in early fall of 2013.
Trade Show Holograms has debuted its largest 3D Hologram Projector to date. The large scale hologram projector displays a large scale holographic projection that can be seen in 3D without the use of any special 3D glasses.
Holographic projections offer viewers full colour, full animation and audio special effects. Illusionist Timothy Drake who created the large scale holographic exhibit designed the display for a corporate conference as a presentation for attendees. The Holographic displays are quickly gaining popularity at sales conferences, press releases and trade shows across North America. Drake founded Trade Show Holograms in 2006 and has been developing the amazing technology and upscaling it ever since. The displays are offered for sale or rental in both smaller and large sizes.
In todays busy trade show exhibiting market every booth featured at a trade show must compete for the attention of trade show attendees. 3D Hologram Projectors are an exciting and visual exhibit that draws attention to a booth or display. Holographic images range in size from very small to very large and are both offered as rentals or for sale across North America.
The clients sales message or product floats in the air in 3D and can included full animation, color and audio. Holographic presentations run about 2 minutes in length on average but can be extended easily. A wide variety of shapes, sizes ( small to life sized ) and designs are available for trade shows, press conferences, sales meetings and corporate events across North America, USA and Canada. Illusionist Timothy Drake designed the unique trade show display and created Trade Show Holograms in 2006.
Often exhibitors at trade shows have a message or presentation they would like to get across to booth visitors in a unique and memorable way. One such Trade Show Holograms client decided on a virtual spokesperson in as a hologram to explain the highlights of their business at a trade show in Orlando Florida. The effect could also be presented as a life sized virtual spokesperson.