Apollo 11 anniversary celebrated with interactive Holographic displays.

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.

Hologram Display at NASA Kennedy Space Center
Interactive Hologram display at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center

Apollo 11 Anniversary honoured with Holograms at Kennedy Space Center

With preparations underway at the Kennedy Space Center to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 historic moon landing new interactive holographic displays have been added to the visitor centers Saturn 5 exhibit.

The hologram projectors project 3d visuals in mid air showing KSC visitors a high tech presentation featuring trivia and answer questions about the Apollo missions. The exhibits were designed and created by Trade Show Holograms, a company that provides 3d holographic projection systems to museums and trade show booths globally.

The projectors inform guests on various Apollo Mission trivia and information including presentations on the Lunar Rover, LM Extraction, Apollo 11’s flight path, the Launch Abort system and more.