Sizes Comparation & Holographic Area Showed in Green
90° Holographic Display
1 sided 23″
Technically, what a hologram is, is a technique that records the light from an object which is then presented in a 3D way. However, we are focused on the ”holographic effect”, which is the optical illusion of having either a still image or video content floating in the air.
Holograms are also known as the ”Pepper’s Ghost illusion”, used since the 18th century to create transparent ghostly images in places such as theatres.
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 specialized you are on doing video content. Each display requires a different type of video so knowing how to do it is key to enhance the experience.
Yes, you can connect any external device using the appropriate connection.
No. The image is not shown on a screen, is shown inside the device. Touching it leaves marks on the optics.
Yes. It can be connected to an Internet cable or Wifi, depending on the model. This allows immediate access to change and update content from any place in the world. Managing the display remotely requires an IT specialist and a permanent monitoring, so we manage it remotely scheduling different contents on different times or days.
Yes. Stereo speakers are built within the display and the volume can easily be adjusted.
No. It requires a 2D file such as AVI, MP4, WMV or similar. This is also described in 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.