Imagine is Real!
Holography dates back to 1947, when scientist Dennis Gabor developed the concept. Today, holography is used for all kinds of applications and along with extended and virtual reality, will define the way we’ll experience our world.
With applications for commerce, education, events and communication, holograms capture consumers attention, who are increasingly moving away from traditional advertising.
The dream of visualizing a 3D object has inspired the development of screen technologies over the last decade, resulting the rapid development of holographic installations with great capabilities of applied content.
The most recent technology (2017) is a new generation of hardware with the use of spiral-driven LEDs, resulting the display of images in the air. It applies to a wide range of markets, including retail, healthcare, advertising and entertainment.