In celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, the Kennedy Space Center in Florida has installed 2 dual sided holographic projection systems. The Hologram projectors allow visitors to the space themed park view parts of the famous mission to the moon in 3D. Holographic projections appear to float in mid air. The special effects kiosks were built and designed by Trade Show Holograms a company that specializes in sales and rentals of the 3D displays for trade shows across North America.
The dual sided nature of the exhibit allows viewers on each side to view independent presentations on each side without interfering with the opposing side.
The displays have proven quite popular with KSC visitors.
A Kennedy Space Center visitor views Apollo 11’s flight path as a 3D hologram.
As part of the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing NASA has installed two 3d-hologram projectors to showcase elements of the Apollo mission in a 3d presentation format. Visitors to the Kennedy Space Centre can choose from various trivia/facts on a touch screen and watch a 3D holographic presentation that seems to float in mid air before their eyes. The displays were created by Trade Show Holograms a company that manufactures 3d projectors for trade shows and special events.
Visitors to the Kennedy Space Center view a 3D Hologram Projector
Trade Show Holograms debuted their latest 3d hologram projector exhibit at CastExpo 2016 in Minneapolis MN. This new design includes the newly enhanced Ultra Bright Projection system as well as an interactive touch pad that allows a viewer on demand access to available holographic presentations. Trade Show Holograms has been creating new holographic displays systems since 2006 when they introduced their product to the trade show industry for both rental and sale across the USA and Canada.
Dual Sided Hologram Projector with Ultra Bright projection system.
Ultra Bright 3D Hologram Projector exhibited at a recent trade show.
A trade show booth at the recent IAAO 2013 featured a holographic 3D projector. Trade Show Holograms created a 3D presentation highlighting Tyler Technologies new software. The 3D Hologram Projector is designed to stand out in todays competitive trade show environment and attract attention to the booth it is exhibited in. These amazing visual displays included colour, full motion and audio effects and are available for both rental and purchase across both the USA and Canada.
” Help me Obiwan.. you’re my only hope” may have been the famous line used by Princess Leia from Star Wars Episode 4 but there is other hope for trade show exhibitors these days if they are looking for exciting ways to attract attention and stand out amid the competition at exhibitions or trade shows. Trade Show Holograms has been creating custom hologram projectors since 2006 and have exhibited them at trade shows across the USA and Canada since.
The hologram projectors create the visual illusion of 3D objects floating in mid air and being projected into empty space. Unlike the fictional holograms of Star Wars that are limited to a holographic blue color these 3D holographic projections feature a wide range of color.
3D Holographic Projectors are an exciting way to attract visitor attention to a booth at a trade show. CorporateIllusionistTimothy Drake formed Trade Show Holograms to supply hologram projector rental and sales to the trade show market in the United States and Canada. The hologram projectors project a 3D optical illusion of a hologram floating in mid air. The holograms can feature full color options and sound effects.
Trade Show Exhibitors find that the amazing 3D presentation draws curious visitors to their trade show booth.
When the Detroit Tigers hosted a world series championship party IllusionistTimothy Drake was invited to create a custom large scale hologram projector for the event. Drakes company, Trade Show Holograms designed a holographic presentation that greeted party visitors as they entered the main event room at Detroit’s Motor City Casino. The 3D Hologram Projector showcased a series of baseball, Tigers and world series related holographic projections. Holographic images were 4 ft high and 10 ft wide. The holograms are popular at trade shows and other corporate events.