OK, admit. Holograms are still cool.
Holo-Gauze is a patent pending screen technology specially developed for Holotronica live shows and is also ideal for large-scale holographic effects in theatre, concerts, trade shows and museums.
The screen is combined with a high-powered 3D video projection system and is scalable to any size and is not as restricted or as expensive as Pepper’s Ghost hologram effect systems. The system can be set up in minutes rather than hours and fits touring solutions.
A great 2D effect can also be achieved if necessary.
Holo-Gauze is the only gauze able to work with 3D polarised projection systems which use a minimum of two projectors – although it can also produce believable 2D hologram effects using one projector, as was the case for Gadget Man.
Holo-Gauze screens can be produced to any dimensions, and hologram sizes are only limited by projector distance and power – assuming the correct lighting is used.
Holo-Gauze immediately received global praise for enabling the creation of the world’s biggest, brightest, highest-resolution indoor hologram effect during superstar DJ Eric Prydz’s EPIC 3.0 show at Madison Square Garden. The performance utilised a 20x 5metre Holo-Gauze screen displaying huge hologram effects, including a giant helix, huge speaking head, and numerous rotating particle effects.
Holo-Gauze is also showing its hologram magic to the new Lord of the Dance world tour.