If you’re considering using HoloNet or Holo Gauze mesh with rear projection, the answer is yes, it is possible. However, it’s important to note that the image brightness achieved through rear projection will not be as vibrant as when using front projection techniques.

When utilizing rear projection with HoloNet or Holo Gauze mesh, the projection is positioned behind the mesh screen, creating a unique visual effect. While this setup can still produce captivating holographic displays, it’s important to manage your expectations regarding image brightness.

If you have specific requirements or need further assistance in determining the best projection method for your holographic display, our team of experts is here to provide guidance. We can help you explore the various possibilities and find the optimal solution that aligns with your vision and requirements.

Feel free to reach out to us for more information or to discuss your specific needs. We’re dedicated to providing you with the best solutions for your holographic projection projects.