Holographic Projection Screen

Transparent 3D Holographic Projection Screens

Holographic screen

Experience the simplicity of the Holographic Screen optical illusion like never before. The 3D holographic projection screens, also referred to as 3D projector holograms, serve as a powerful tool to captivate audiences at presentations, trade shows, and exhibitions. This innovative device features a rigid see-through screen that seamlessly transitions from black to transparent, while the video image originates from a projector positioned behind the screen. Additionally, the Projection Glass Screen or Back Projection Screen can be customized with touch screen functionality, allowing for interactive content.

For a truly awe-inspiring display utilizing Hologram Technology Glass or Holo Screen on your storefront window, explore our “Holographic & Shapely Projections” section. You can also reach out to us via email or phone using the contact form, where our team will be thrilled to share their expertise and insights to help you leave a lasting impression on your guests and passers-by.

Virtual On has provided a fantastic service, quick response times and amazing displays. Highly recommended.

Lauren Simon, LAUREN SIMON

Thank you very much for helping us at such short notice, and thank you so much for the levitating display! They’ll love it.

Bemma Ntim-Donkoh, DISNEY

I am pleased to say that the airport has received numerous compliments for the Holograms that we have in the airport now!

Tia Thompson, ATLANTA AIRPORT

Huge thanks for all the support and flexibility to you and your team

Marcus Muc, LEGO

It looks great,😊 thank you for getting this done so late in the game

Paul Smith, BABCOCK INTERNATIONAL

Thanks so much for your professionalism everyone loved the hologram.

Pooja Kanabar, XYLEM INC

The Virtual Mannequin provided by you have been a big success during our recruitment events and I would like to appreciate all the hard work put in by you and your team.

Paresh Thakare, TCS TATA CONSULTING

Thank you for the impressive holographic installation at our exhibition booth in Atlanta. It added a unique and captivating element, making our presentation stand out. We appreciate your contribution to our success.

Melissa Peng, MERCK

The presentations were a huge success! People loved the result of our collaboration. Can’t thank you enough for this wonderful experience

Filip Arickx, A.F. VANDEVORST

… if we would use a 3D movie again, we would definitely contact you again.

Jennifer Pizzeghello, SIEMENS

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Landscape Holographic Screen

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Any Shape Holographic Screen

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Rear Projection Screen and Hologram Technology any Size, any Shape 

Choose from a range of sizes, spanning from 30″ to 138″, for our projection glass screen or Holographic Rear Projection Film, ensuring we have the perfect fit to meet your specific requirements. If you’re in need of a larger display, our recommended option is the Holographic Stage, which offers impressive dimensions of up to 2m in height and 3.5m to 20m in width, ideal for accommodating larger LCD video panels.

Rest assured, Virtual On’s dedicated team is prepared to assist you every step of the way. We are more than happy to visit your location, assess the optimal placement for the 3D Projection Holographic Screen, and provide tailored recommendations that suit your needs. To maximize the effectiveness of your project, consider factors such as available space, lighting conditions, and the desired outcome, ensuring that a glass projector screen aligns with your objectives.

Key Features

  • Full HD 1920×1080 3D Holographic Projection

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

  • Eye catching projection display effect

Similar Options

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    Indeed, screens can possess transparency, and they can be classified into two types: active and passive. Active transparent screens encompass technologies like LCD, OLED, and LED, which enable the display to maintain transparency while still presenting visuals. On the other hand, passive transparent screens can be achieved by treating any transparent surface with specialized film or paint that imparts a reflective property, thereby filtering a portion of the light emitted by a projector.

    To summarize, transparent screens offer innovative possibilities for various applications. Whether through active technologies or passive treatments, these screens allow visuals to be presented while maintaining transparency, opening up new avenues for interactive displays and immersive experiences.

    Holographic projections, unfortunately, do not work effectively in direct sunlight. The nature of holographic technology relies on the manipulation of light to create the illusion of three-dimensional images. In bright, direct sunlight, the intensity and angle of natural light can interfere with the projection, making it difficult for the holographic effects to be clearly visible. To ensure optimal performance and visibility, holographic projections are best suited for environments with a low level of light, such as semi-dark or dark places.

    The reason for this requirement is that holographic projections rely on the contrast between the projected light and the surrounding darkness to create a vivid and immersive experience. In well-lit environments, especially with direct sunlight, the ambient light can wash out the holographic effects, resulting in reduced visibility and diminished impact. By setting up holographic projections in low-light environments, the contrast between the projected images and the dark background enhances the visual impact, allowing the holographic content to shine and captivate viewers.

    It’s important to consider the lighting conditions when planning holographic projection installations to ensure the best possible viewing experience. By choosing suitable venues or adjusting the lighting conditions accordingly, you can create an optimal environment that allows the holographic projections to be showcased in their full glory, captivating audiences and delivering a truly mesmerizing visual spectacle.

    Certainly! Homemade holograms can be created with the right equipment and knowledge. It is possible to make holograms using powerful projectors and expertise in video creation. Various techniques may involve the utilization of moving mirrors, lenses, and screens to achieve the desired holographic effect.

    Certainly! A hologram is a three-dimensional visual representation of an object that appears to float in space, even though it is not physically present. The word “hologram” is derived from the Greek words “holos,” meaning whole, and “gramma,” meaning message or image. It is a fascinating optical phenomenon that allows us to see objects in a way that goes beyond traditional two-dimensional images.

    Unlike regular photographs or videos that capture only the surface appearance of objects, holograms preserve information about the light’s intensity and phase. This unique property enables them to reconstruct a full three-dimensional image when viewed under the appropriate lighting conditions. The process of creating a hologram involves using laser light to record an interference pattern formed by the interaction of light waves scattered from the object and a reference beam.

    In simple terms, hologram technology is an optical illusion created by splitting a laser beam. When the light waves in the split beams behave similarly, the holographic image appears to change as you move your head around, just like the image of a real object. This characteristic is what makes holograms appear three-dimensional. The technology behind holograms allows them to provide a sense of depth and realism that traditional two-dimensional images cannot achieve.

    Certainly! Holograms can play a significant role in the educational setting of Universities and Colleges. They enable the institutions to showcase teachers on stage with pre-recorded speeches or connect students with experts, mentors, or VIPs from different locations around the globe. This technology allows the audience to witness live presentations without the need for physical presence, enhancing the overall learning experience in auditoriums or event rooms.

    Certainly! Holographic Lectures can be conducted in multiple ways, and they are not limited to the realm of futuristic movies. In fact, holographic technology is a part of our present and is actively utilized in various sectors, including education, finance, public events, leisure, and more. So, conducting a holographic lecture is absolutely possible and can provide a unique and engaging learning experience for the audience.

    When preparing video content for any Holographic Device, it’s crucial to ensure that the background is black and that the overall visual presentation avoids appearing flat. The key to achieving a captivating and convincing holographic illusion lies in the dynamic movement and manipulation of the displayed object. By incorporating constant motion and controlled spinning, the visual elements create a sense of volume and depth that effectively tricks the viewer’s eye into perceiving a lifelike and three-dimensional appearance. This strategic approach in content creation enhances the illusion’s realism, contributing to a mesmerizing and immersive holographic experience that captures the imagination of the audience.

    Certainly, the Holographic Screen can indeed be equipped with its own integrated speaker system, complete with a 30W amplifier. This audio feature ensures a balanced and moderate level of sound projection, enhancing the overall auditory experience for those engaging with the holographic content.

    The Holographic Screen serves as a tangible interface, either in a rigid or flexible form, designed to effectively manipulate light by concealing the black colour. Through precise calibration, this screen becomes a canvas capable of projecting objects, whether they be real human figures or animated elements, in a manner that separates them from their original background. This specialized setup creates an intriguing illusion where the displayed object appears to be suspension floating freely, seemingly detached from any supporting surface.

    Currently, achieving the genuine visual effect of a video content seemingly suspended in mid-air is not within the realm of possibility. The technical intricacies and limitations associated with the technology employed for such displays impose certain constraints. Despite the advancements in holographic and projection technologies, the precise emulation of a video content in a true, free-floating manner remains an elusive goal.

    A true hologram, in the sense of seamlessly projecting a video image from one location to another, is not currently attainable. However, the creation of a holographic effect can be achieved through various methods, contingent upon factors such as space, size, and environmental conditions. At Virtual On, we primarily employ two techniques for generating this effect, namely direct transmission and reflection. These methods enable us to craft captivating illusions that simulate holographic visuals, offering a range of options tailored to different contexts and spatial considerations.

    Absolutely, the display operates on a Plug and Play basis, which signifies that it doesn’t necessitate any complex setup procedures. All you need to do is insert a USB memory containing the desired video file or interactive software. This user-friendly approach eliminates the need for extensive configurations or technical expertise, making the process straightforward and accessible for users.

    Updating content is an effortless process. All that’s required is to insert the SD card containing the new video content into the designated slot, and the device will promptly initiate the playback of the freshly loaded material. This streamlined procedure ensures that your desired content is seamlessly integrated and presented to your audience without any complications.

    Certainly. The process can be carried out by either our team or undertaken independently, contingent upon the proficiency of your video team. Given that each display necessitates a distinct video approach, possessing the know-how is pivotal to optimizing the user experience. We highly recommend entrusting us with the creation of video content, drawing upon our extensive expertise. Even if you engage a proficient video development company, it’s a common occurrence that they might lack the precise expertise required, potentially leading to subpar customer experiences or additional costs due to the need for video reworking.

    Certainly, you have the flexibility to establish connections with external devices, leveraging the suitable connections provided by the equipment. Whether it’s a laptop, a media player, or another compatible device, the versatility of the device’s connectivity options empowers you to seamlessly integrate diverse sources of content and enhance the overall viewing experience.

    Absolutely. Stereo speakers are seamlessly integrated within the display, allowing for effortless volume adjustment. The majority of our Digital Signage displays are outfitted with a pair of 6W, 8Ω speakers, enhancing the auditory experience for your audience.

    No. The necessity calls for a 2D file format, such as AVI, MP4, WMV, or analogous types. While 3D video formats are utilized for animating purposes, they necessitate conversion to a 2D format, commonly MP4, for seamless playback on the devices. This guideline is further elaborated upon within the specific catalog.

    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.

    The majority of our exhibits, including Digital Signage, Holographic Display, Magic Mirror, Transparent Display, and Virtual Mannequin, offer compatibility with common video formats such as: MP4, WMV, AVI, and MPEG.

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