Top 10 leading 3D hologram creation technologies part 1


Top 10 leading 3D hologram creation technologies part 1

Today in the advertising industry, organizing events, with the help of holographic technology,we have created impressive effects, enhanced aesthetic effectiveness and the audience's reminiscent of real images, products, services or events. Together with VietnamEvents to learn about the top 10 technologies for creating 3D holograms today!

Number 10: Laser Plasma Holograph 

Burton has developed a laser-based full-image imaging device - a 3-dimensional display that can actually produce bright dots in the air so that audiences can see 3D images of things in 3-dimensional real space. It uses plasma emission near the laser light point by controlling the x, y and z axes. Images look very fictitious and attractive. This hologram technology will be used for advertising, serving the entertainment industry, announcing rescue signals and serving rescue when natural disasters occur.

Number 9: Fan Type Holograph

Three-dimensional projection devices that use fans are devices that have a propeller like a ceiling fan but are placed along the wall. The continuous rotor blades are fitted with sophisticated RGB lights. When the rotor rotates, it shows a holographic illusion. Surprisingly, this device provides a holographic image of almost HD quality that only uses 10 watts of power. This manufactured device in China can cost from several hundred dollars to several thousand dollars and is a great way to advertise retail at an affordable price.

Number 8: Portable holographic device

Mobile hologram devices are the most compact and easy to carry. Scientists from RMIT University and Beijing Institute of Technology have invented a compact portable full-screen slide show device. Surprisingly, the machine created the world's thinnest full-size image with a size of only one thousandth of a hair diameter. This full-text image in the air can be seen even if not worn specifically. Interestingly, right?

Extremely slim, small portable hologram. It is an interactive light that you can not only touch but also feel it. Other universities in Japan have developed this visible air volume graphic and this technology uses low-energy, high-frequency femtos laser beams (1 second = 1015 femtoseconds) capable of producing Nano crystal particles with extremely high uniformity and thus produce plasma images from broken photons. Light rays or voxels can be arranged in the middle of the space to create a floating interactive image movement

Number 7: Physical float

A more diverse physical hologram in the way of interaction. Two MIT students Daniel Leithinger and Sean Follmer invented this dynamic screen display. The physical hologram is more advanced than the holographic image because it is capable of implementing 3-dimensional virtual reality telepresence technology by displaying the shape of people and objects. So are you wondering how does it work? Simply put, this board is built with a motor, link and power supply that can display a human body in real time via a digital source. The quality achieved is almost unthinkable. That's 900 batteries equivalent to every 1/2 inch width with 900 separate engines. To be able to install 900 engines with such dense density is a real challenge.

Crazyflies 2.0 is another physical hologram that uses hundreds of LED autonomous machines. These unmanned aircraft fly in a coordinated manner and can reveal three-dimensional structures glistening in the air. These are alternatives to fireworks and the best way to prevent air pollution designed by Rafi Andrea ..

Number 6: Hologram is made of material

Holograms made of matter are holograms that need media to project. The first example of a hologram is materialized with a smoked projector. Smoke projection is a great projection technique for hologram effects that only need low cost. You only need a cool projector and a fume hood to create a continuous vertical smoke film. This is a really cool and affordable idea to attract customers with high-tech advertising techniques. Another example of material holographic hologram is an underwater hologram made by Burton Inc. develope. But you are wondering how it works? Laser light stimulates water molecules to display green holographic models. Surprisingly, this system produces 50,000 pixels per second at 30 frames per second.

Garotade water holograph is an extremely creative technique used by a Gatorade advertising company. Interestingly, this three-dimensional technology consists of more than 20,000 parts and takes 5,000 hours to install. There are 208 separate nozzles that turn on and off within 2 milliseconds. The figure runs through the box and starts to jump into the box at the same time the splashing water splashes like the feet of the object hitting the box is a challenging task to complete.





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