July 20th, 2019 will mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing Mission.
Guests at Florida’s Kennedy Space Center can help celebrate the Apollo Anniversary with 2 interactive holographic displays. Visitors can learn interesting facts about the various Apollo missions via interactive touch screens. Did you know the Lunar Module almost ran out of fuel during its critical last minute of landing? What is the BBQ roll and why did they need to do that? Did you know about the Launch Abort System that was part of the Saturn V rocket? How did later Apollo Missions take a dune buggy to the moon? These are some of the topics presented in 3D holographic form.
The 3D exhibits were designed and built by Trade Show Holograms, a company specializing in holographic effects for the trade show booth industry. The displays are proving popular with guests visiting the Kennedy Space Center in Titusville, FL. The combination of the 3D projection floating in mid air, the informative narrative and the surprising Apollo Mission trivia guests can use modern technology to learn about the Apollo missions.
When SEW Eurodrive Canada wanted to make an impression at the CIM 2015 Trade Show in Montreal they asked Trade Show Holograms to design a futuristic looking 3D hologram projection display to attract attention to their booth. The presentation featured Fiona , a futuristic holographic virtual presenter who welcomed guests to the conference.
This latest design boasts holograms as large as 3 ft high and 5 ft wide. The special effect proved to be popular with trade show attendees. The exhibit also featured many of SEW’s most popular items in a 3D holographic form floating in mid air. The display also features 3 standard video monitors to display promotional videos that show additional detail related to the product and its applications.
Trade show holograms later displayed the display for another client shorty after at Chicagos McCormick Place. The company has specialized in the design, sale and rental of holographic exhibits across the USA and Canada since its founding in 2006.
Large Hologram Projector debuted at Trade Show in Montreal
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.
In the crowded atmosphere of a busy trade show each exhibitor has to compete to attract attention to their booth with something unique. A 3D Hologram Projector is an excellent way to do just that. Holographic projections are an eye catching way to present a product or sales message. Holographic images appear to float in mid air, vanish , morph into something else or show off highlighted features of the product.
The fully animated presentation features a wide range of colors and an audio track if desired. Trade Show Holograms has been creating and deploying a wide range of hologram projectors since 2006. Holograms range from a standard size designed for the average trade show booth exhibit to large sized holograms where the holographic projection can reach 20 ft wide. Holograms can be purchased or rented by trade show exhibitors looking to attract traffic and stand out in a crowded marketing environment.