When it comes to holograms some people feel that you have to go big or go home. A 3D object floating in the air is a pretty cool looking effect no matter the size but keynote speaker Wade Barnes decided to go for maximum impact during a recent presentation entitled BIG DATA at the 2015 Farm Tech Conference.
The 45 minute presentation focused on the uses of big data in the future of agriculture world wide. Issues such as global warming, weather changes, food demand, population growth and future technologies were included. A large 3D hologram projector system was used to present the keynote in a high tech delivery.
The keynote audience was treated to a show featuring 3D objects floating in mid air enhanced by sound effects. The presentation was opened with an appearance from FIONA, a holographic robot who beamed in for the occasion. Holograms have become an exciting option for keynote or power point presentations as their popularity has increased in movies such as the iron man series and the star wars films.
When your keynote speech is about future technology it helps to make that point with a futuristic presentation media. Wade Barnes of Farmers Edge presented a keynote speech on BIG DATA and the future of the agriculture business. He enlisted the help of a large scale 3D hologram projector to present his message in both an informative and entertaining way. The audience was treated to stunning 3D visuals up to 8 ft high and 15 ft wide which appeared to float in mid air, enhanced by sound effects. The projection systems are a product of Trade Show Holograms, a company that has specialized in 3D projection across North America for 8 years. With the appearance of holograms in hollywood films such as Star Wars and the Iron Man series audiences are thrill to see the effect happen in 3D before their own eyes and not on a movie screen. This presentation was part of a keynote at the 2015 Farm Tech held in Edmonton Alberta Canada.
A large 3D holographic satellite appears to float in mid air.