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Hologram Glass

Hologram Glass

HOLOGRAM GRASS is an Multimedia Display innovation using special glass media, which produces a holographic display effect.

HOLOGRAM GLASS is used to convey a detailed explanation of a program, presentation or promotion.

This HOLOGRAM GLASS allows it to be made interactive, so you can add a choice menu that is tailored to your needs. So that the explanation delivered can be as desired or needed by
audience.

ABOUT HOLOGRAM SYSTEM

A holographic screen is a two dimensional display technology that uses coated glass media for the projection surface of a video projector. “Holographic” refers not to a stereoscopic effect (for that, see Holographic display), but to the coating that bundles light using formed microlenses. The lens design and attributes match the holographic area. The lenses may appear similar to the fresnel lenses used in overhead projectors. The resulting effect is that of a free-space display, because the image carrier appears very transparent. Additionally, the beam manipulation by the lenses can be used to make the image appear to be floating in front of or behind the glass, rather than directly on it. However, this display is only two-dimensional and not true three-dimensional. It is unclear if such a technology will be able to provide acceptable three-dimensional images in the future.

WORKING PRINCIPLE

The display design can use either front or rear projection, in which one or more video projectors are directed at the glass plate. Each projector’s beam widens as it approaches the surface and then is bundled again by the lenses’ arrangement on the glass. This forms a virtual point of origin, so that the image source appears to be an imaginary object somewhere close to the glass. In rear projection (the common use case), the light passes through the glass; in front projection it is reflected.