Trade Show Holograms recently displayed their latest Holographic Projector at the IAAPA 2015 in Orlando FL for Pucuda Leading Edge. The display proved popular with crowds attending the IAAPA held this year at the Orange County Convention Center.
A new HD Holo-projection lens was used to create a sharper and brighter holographic image. The 3D holographic projection could be seen from a much larger distance away than standard Holo Kiosk designs. The new lens will now be used in all future Hologram Projectors says Timothy Drake, CEO of Trade Show Holograms.
At Trade Show Holograms we are always striving to offer clients new designs in 3D Hologram Projectors. Trade show exhibitors are often looking for something new and exciting or something custom that will best fit their trade show booth’s theme or design.
A recent client challenged us to come up with something that looked “cool enough that it would look like Apple had designed it.” The goal was to give the holographic projection theatre a more open concept look while still maintaining the special features of an earlier design. The long process starts with our design staff creating 3D models of a design where exact dimensions can be measured and the product tested in a virtual world. The model is inserted into a virtual environment where it can be tested in near show-like conditions. Once the design has passed both that test and also met the physical design approval of the client it is then turned over to our construction shop to figure out how to construct it in both a way that will easily assemble on a trade show floor, transport properly and also closely resemble the original concept image.
Trade Show Holograms has created many unique custom designs for clients across the United States and Canada.
Original Concept Image and Final Product Photo in a working Trade Show Booth.