HoloTube Life Sized hologram projector creates 3D holographic representative.

The HoloTube is a new hologram projection display that creates a life sized holographic greeter or spokesperson in a minimal floor space footprint. Perfect for Trade Shows, Museums. A large interactive touch screen allows a vast choice of information and viewing options showcasing the clients  product in great close up detail and in 360 degrees.

The high brightness projector system is designed work in bright trade show environments. Recently featured at 2018’s Oil Technologies Conference, the display proved to be a big hit with show attendees.  For more information on HoloTube visit the Trade Show Holograms website online.

3D Hologram projector exhibit at PRSM trade show in Orlando.

Trade Show Holograms displayed a 3D hologram projector as part of the NEST International trade show booth at PRSM  2014 in Orlando FL on May 7th and 8th.

The 2 minute 3D holographic projection was ” A Huge Hit” according to NEST staff members. Kudos goes to those involved in creating the perfect storyboard layout that allowed our staff to present a visually exciting presentation.  In addition to the holographic visuals, action and brilliant colours  was the proper blend of sound effects and narration to present the clients message in a manner to make trade show visitors stop and take notice.

Holographic kiosks are available for both rental and sales from Trade Show Holograms across the USA and Canada.

Large Hologram opens CREW Network Conference in Dallas TX

A large scale 3D holographic projection was presented to welcome attendees to the 2013 CREW Network Convention and Marketplace at the Omni Hotel in Dallas Texas. The theme for this year was PERSPECTIVE.  The hologram appeared to float in mid air and projected images up to 8 ft tall and 15 ft wide.

Barbara Corcoran from tv’s Shark Tank was the featured speaker a the conference and later gave the following review regards the holographic opening to the show.

” BRILLIANT! The most inspiring opening to any conference I have ever seen.”

Barbara Corcoran