Five impressive holographic projection applications
Release time:2020-07-29 23:34;42click:second,author:Create an interactive vision

  1. Holograms of animals in the Square

  It is a 7D holographic projection technology that captures high-quality 7D holographic projections to provide the final visual effect. The technology is still in its infancy. This amazing jumping image makes many video sites spread movies about 7D technology like prairie fire, 7D's interaction with animals and people as real as ever. Obviously, they are created with animation software, but we can't deny the existence of holograms.

  2. The hologram is on the table

  A device for rendering a holographic image on a desktop. The first example of desktop holography was the Euclid hologram, the world's first hologram used by many people. This powerful combination allows the table to process 64 pixels per cubic millimeter, or about 1 million pixels per cubic millimeter. It can be used to pre-sell houses, just as building models are used to show houses. It brings digital content to life, enabling people to visualize communication, learning and entertainment. Without special glasses, this is a more attractive way to interact with 3D.

  3. the Event Holograms

  Event holography is one of the full image projection techniques suitable for various festivals, such as Halloween thriller. This is Atmosphere FX in the United States, and they've developed Business Panorama.

  4. Stage performance image

  MDHHollogram is a pioneer of holography and a global leader in all imaging technologies. MDH holography represents a more advanced form of holography, many of which are used for stage performances and are welcomed by singers, actors, magicians, politicians and businesses. Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India is a good example of this technology, using MDH full image technology to broadcast live to Indian states.

  5. Conspiracy imaging

  A better example of a full-blown conspiracy is the Blu-ray project. In a stunning project first proposed by two Canadian journalists in 1994. NASA launched four holograms that could produce a complete image of Mars by focusing on an area of the planet's surface. How does this work? The answer is that holographic laser beams ionize air molecules in specific areas, so locals see the holograms.


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