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Transparent Holographic Screens

Holographic screenThe optical illusion of a Holographic Screen was never as easy as it is now. The 3D holographic Projection Screens or 3D projector hologram are a powerful tool to use in presentations, fairs or exhibitions to drive visitors to your stand. The system works with a rigid see through screen, that has the capability of transforming the black into transparent, the video image comes from a projector installed at the back of the screen. This Projection Glass Screen or Back Projection Screen can also include a touch screen function that can be adapted to the screen for interactive content.

If you are looking to impress by creating a Holographic Video Display using the Hologram Technology Glass or Holo Screen on your front window, visit our “Holographic & Shapely Projections “. You can also drop us an email using the contact form or give us a call. We are more than happy to share our ideas and experience to help you to impress the visitors or passer-by.

Rear Projection Screen and Hologram Technology any Size, any Shape 

This projection glass screen or holographic rear projection film comes in different sizes to suit your needs from 30 “to 138”. For LCD video screens larger sizes we recommend using our holographic stage that can vary from 2m high and 3.5m to 20m wide.

Virtual On’s team is ready to help and happy to visit you to see where the 3d projecting Holographic Screen will be installed and what is the best option for you. To obtain the best benefit, it is important to consider each project characteristics such as space available, light and purpose to see if the glass projector screen is the best option.

Key Features

  • Full HD 1920×1080 Projection Displays

  • No glasses needed
  • Add an extra dimension to your products or services

  • Eye catching projection display effect

  • Touch screen optional

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Yes, a screen can be transparent, there are two types, active and passive. There are three types of active Transparent Screens: LCD, Oled, LED technology. A passive screen can be any transparent surface treated with special film or paint become reflective filtering part of the light received from a projector.

No, it does not work in direct sunlight, it requires a low level of light, semi or dark place.

Yes, it is possible to homemade holograms. You would need some powerful projectors and knowledge about video creation. Some techniques require the use of moving mirrors, lenses and screens.

In simple words, a hologram is an optical illusion that gives you the sense of seeing things floating in the air.

In few words, hologram technology is an optical illusion. But going deeper, At the point when a laser shaft is separated to make a visualization, the light waves in the two pieces of the pillar are going in indistinguishable manners. In this way, as you move your head around, the holographic picture seems to change similarly as the picture of a genuine article changes. Also, that is the reason 3D images seem, by all accounts, to be three-dimensional. 

Holograms can be part of the normal used of Universities or Colleges to bring teachers to the stage with pre-recorded speeches or experts, mentors or VIP from all around the world to the auditorium or event room, giving audience to see them live without the need to be there physically.

Absolutely, Holographic Lectures can be done in a variety of ways, it is not only part of a futuristic movie, but it is part of our present and used in different sectors such as education, finance, public or leisure among others.

Video content to be used in every Holographic Device should be with black background and avoiding to look flat, if the object is in constantly moving and spinning and looks volumetric it trick the eye to create a perfect illusion.

Yes, the Holographic Screen it can be supplied with internal speaker and amp. of 30W for a moderate audition.

The Holographic Screen is a physical surface (rigid or flexible) that allow to filter the light and hide the black colour. When the setup is correct, it can display an object (real human, animations) free of background so the eye will see it in suspension floating freely on that surface.

A truly video content displaying floating in the air is not possible at the moment.

A true hologram it that not exist as a such capability to display a video image from one place to another, but a holographic effect can be done in a different ways depending on the size, space available and lighter on the environment. In Virtual On we use basically two techniques which are direct transmission and reflection.

Yes, the display is Plug and Play that means it does require any setup more than add the video file or an interactive software by inserting the USB memory.

Changing content is very easy. Simply place the SD card with the new video content and the unit will start playing it.

Yes. It can either be done by us or do it on your own, it depends on how specialised your video team is. Each display requires a different type of video so, knowing how to do it is key to enhance the experience. We strongly advice to let us to create the video content as per our experience even if it is a very good video developer company, more often they don’t know how to do it properly and its cause a poor customer experience or double cost as the video need to be done twice.

Yes, you can connect any external device using the appropriate connection.

Yes. Stereo speakers are built within the display and the volume can easily be adjusted. Most of our Digital Signage displays comes with comes with 2 speakers of 6W, 8Ω.

No. It requires a 2D file such as AVI, MP4, WMV or similar, the 3D video format are used to create the animation, but it need to be rendered on 2D in any common format like MP4 to be played on the devices. This is also described in specific catalogue.

Yes. The media player on the display will play all the supported files on the SD card in order. Once all videos have been played it will start again.

Most of our displays such as Digital Signage, Holographic Display, Magic Mirror, Transparent Display and Virtual Mannequin support commune video formats like: MP4, WMV, AVI, MPEG.

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