A hologram mapping is a 3D projection that is free in space. This spatial projection creates virtual holographic images that are visible to everyone without the use of 3D glasses. The effect is amazing: a projected object appears absolutely real, with intriguing depth and "within reach".
A hologram mapping is created using a special transparent projection screen. The setup is easy to implement even with limited space, the installation appears to be particularly effective in an immersive setting. The use of high resolution projectors in combination with specially created image content enables a brilliant projection experience.
A hologram mapping is an innovation in the field of product presentation due to its three-dimensionality. An object is animated realistic and detailed, target group specific and including the product features. The viewer's attention span is unusually long: the discrepancy between what the eye sees and what the mind is aware of makes it possible: Augmented Reality at its best.
Glossary // Hologram Mapping
A hologram mapping is a method by which projections are displayed freely in space as a three-dimensional looking image. This technology plays with the fact that what the viewer sees is only limited to the image he perceives.