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HoloStage Projection System

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Holographic Stage is a high definition 3D holographic video projection system creating life-size holograms to magically appear within a live stage.
Holographic Stage is designed to work in public performance areas such as concert venues, theatres, exhibition centers, nightclubs, marquees, large office environments, retail stores and TV studios.
Holographic Stage brings previously unseen futuristic film effects to live events, including audiovisual artistic performances, conference or trade show presentations.

What is necessary for Holastage:
HD projector and lens – number of lumens depending on size of required projection, stage and audience.
Reflective surface/The bounce screen
HD media player – to run the HD content.
Our 3D-holofilm – the key ingredient to creating our 3D holographic displays
Our unique tension system to secure the 3D-holofilm in place.
Steel pipe frame to attach 3D-holofilm to the truss.
Stage set-up essentially a “black box” constructed using aluminum truss, black drapes, staging, lights, and a audio system.
3D holographic Content Creation of a 3D-video produced HD film, animation and special effects.
Lighting and audio systems to add to the dramatic 3D hologram effect

 

3D Hologram Foil Specifications:
Our Eyeliner holographic foil is a high definition holographic video projection screen allowing spectacular 3-dimensional moving images to appear within a live stage setting using Peppers Ghost technology. This Eyeliner foil brings dramatic, previously unseen 21st century video film effects to live events, including audiovisual artistic performances, conference or trade show presentations, retail displays and large-scale digital signage.
The transparent holographic foil is used for displaying 3D holographic images onto the stages, the foil is placed across the front of the stage at an angle of 45 degrees towards the audience; recessed below the screen is a bright image supplied by an LED screen or powerful projector. When viewed from the audience’s perspective, the reflected images appear to be on the stage.