Since Tupac took the stage from the afterlife at Coachella in 2012, people have been buzzing about using holograms for events. But what are the technologies behind live event holograms and are they right for your event?*Hologram technology has interested and intrigued people for many years. Since the early days of Captain Kirk and Star Trek’s hologram projector aboard the Starship Enterprise, the concept of images floating in mid-air has engaged audiences of all ages.
Whilst we’re still not able to make images materialise in thin air completely, there are a number of technologies available now that will give a captivating hologram-like experience, and in the right applications mesmerise and astound audiences!
In the ever-evolving domain of visual technology, HOLOX Holography stands out as a cutting-edge innovation. This technique, which leverages the unique properties of scrim for holographic projection, has opened new avenues in creating immersive and captivating visual displays. It’s a blend of artistry and engineering, offering a glimpse into the future of holographic projections.
Understanding HOLOX Holography
HOLOX Holography revolves around the concept of using scrim, a lightweight and semi-transparent fabric, as a medium for projecting holographic images. This approach allows for the creation of visuals that appear to float in mid-air, offering an illusion of depth and space that traditional projection methods cannot match.
The Role of Scrim in Holographic Projection
Scrim plays a pivotal role in HOLOX Holography. When illuminated at a specific angle, the scrim becomes virtually invisible, while still capturing and displaying the projected image. This creates an effect of the image seemingly floating in space, producing a three-dimensional holographic illusion. The key is the scrim’s unique ability to be both reflective and transparent, depending on the lighting and viewing angle.
Technical Aspects of HOLOX Holography
The technical setup for HOLOX Holography involves high-quality projectors capable of delivering crisp, high-contrast images. The projection system is carefully calibrated to align with the scrim’s properties, ensuring optimal visibility and clarity of the holographic images. Advanced software is used to create and manipulate the holographic content, allowing for dynamic and interactive displays.