No its not Princess Leia of Star Wars fame but rather a life sized 3d holographic virtual presenter speaking via teleconference at the ASE 2013 conference in Minneapolis MN.
Dr. Partho Sengupta is seen here speaking with a holographic version of his mentor Jim Seward to discuss the future of high tech computers in the medical profession.
Trade Show Holograms, a company that develops both large and small holographic presentations in North America created the special presentation in a way that it could be viewed in 3d without the use of any special 3d glasses. The company offers a series of holographic projectors for both sale and rental in the USA and Canada.
Virtual Presenter appears on stage as a 3d holographic avatar.
On July 1, 2013 Dr. Partho Sengupta presented a lecture at the ASE Scientific Sessions conference in Minneapolis MN. Partho had been working with Trade Show Holograms for some time to help him in presenting his message of utilizing modern technology in the health and medical industry. His plan was to use a 3d holographic presentation to demonstrate some of this technology. The presentation included large scale animated holograms floating in mid air beside him.
The doctor gave a very detailed lecture aided by floating holographic powerpoint presentation and even a special visit from a professional mentor in the from of a life sized hologram. The very unique presentation helped earn the doctor a standing ovation from the much impressed crowd.
Trade Show Holograms offers a wide assortment of 3D hologram projectors including large and extra large sized holograms. Holographic projection sizes range from 12 inches high to 6 ft high and 20 ft wide. Hologram projectors can display a full range of movement in a 3D realm to show off any product from any angle. The full color images appear to be floating in mid air with no means of support. Audio tracks and sound effects enhance the optical illusion. No special 3D glasses are required to viewers to see the 3D illusion.
Hologram rentals are a popular choice among trade show exhibitors looking to offer a special effect to attract attention to their booth. Hologram sales are also available.
The hologram projector pictured here featured a holographic conductor conducting a magical orchestra where instruments play by themselves as they fly around in a holographic projection area.
Holographic Conductor conducts a magical hologram orchestra.
Trade Show Holograms offers hologram projectors that projector both standard and life size holographic projections. The company has been creating custom hologram projectors since it debuted its first hologram at the Las Vegas Convention Centre in 2006 by corporate entertainer Timothy Drake. 3D Hologram projectors create a moving holographic image in 3D and does not require any sort of special 3D glasses. The holographic objects appear to float in mid air. The exhibits are available for both sale and rental and are proving to be very popular at attracting crowds to clients booths at trade shows, and corporate events in Canada and the USA.
This large size hologram projector projects an image up to 6 ft wide ( allowing for a life sized virtual spokes person ) and up to 20 ft wide.
Large size Hologram Projector projects Holographic Images up to 20 ft wide.
A giant, large scale 3D hologram projector was recently debuted to a live audience at a corporate general meeting and conference in the US. Trade Show Holograms created a special extra large 3D hologram for the occasion that offered holographic images up to 20 feet wide. The 5 minute presentation offered a 3D close up view of the companies latest equipment and highlighted its special features.
Holograms, both large and small are popular exhibits at trade shows and press conferences across North America. Trade Show Holograms was founded in 2006 buy corporate illusionist Timothy Drake and as offered both hologram projector rental and sales to companies in the US and Canada since then. The projectors prove to be popular crowd attractors at trade shows. The 3D images can be viewed without the use of any 3D glasses.