New GIANT sized hologram, 20 ft tall projection available from Trade Show Holograms

For a decade Trade Show Holograms has been a leader in 3D holographic projection systems across the USA and Canada. 2016 has seen the introduction of two major advancements in the Hologram Projector Industry. In April the company debuted its new large sized, dual sided interactive hologram projector featuring the new ultra bright projection system at a trade show in Minneapolis MN. In May it announced the introduction of its new line of giant holographic images for theatrical use , press conferences and corporate presentations. The giant sized holograms now boast a 20 ft tall height from the normal 8 ft tall large scale hologram the company offers.

The 3D projection systems allows viewers to see 3D presentations without the use of any special 3D glasses. Holographic images appear to float in mid air.

Giant Hologram Projector 3d

New Projection system creates 3D holographic images up to 20 ft tall.

Hologram Projector – 3D Holograms float in mid air at trade shows, sales conferences ..etc.

Trade Show Holograms is a holographic projection company offering clients the ability to feature products, power point presentations or virtual presenters in a 3D holographic form.  The company offers 3D hologram projectors for both rental and sale and has been in the holographic effects business for over 7 years.

Holographic images range in size from small to large and now very large! Holograms can now be as large as 20 ft wide and 6 ft high.  The CEO of Trade Show Holograms explains that  there are several methods used to create the 3D holographic effect. The company uses different methods in different staging situations to meet the clients needs.  Most often the exhibit is used at trade shows across the USA and Canada but has become a popular display at press conferences and media events as well. Recent clients include Boeing, the US Army, US Air Force, The Detroit Tigers, China Unicom and General Electric.

3D Hologram Projector

Hologram Projector projects a 3D holographic image.