Holographic projection has become a global phenomenon and in the last few years. Screen Solutions International has seen an overwhelming demand for this technology, but as interest increases, so do the misconceptions on how it works. The information on this page is meant to educate our customers on what holographic projection is, what it can do, and what its limitations are. Our Intrigue line consists of holographic projection screens that are available in two formats: projection film or rigid projection screens.
To start, there are a number of general questions we hear regularly regarding holographic projection technology. The first thing to understand is that the overall purpose of holographic projection is to create the appearance of a 3D object seemingly floating in space. This is accomplished by using a high degree of transparency to hide the projection surface. Once you grasp this concept, you can begin to consider how to best format your display.
The pages listed below are an excellent resource if you are curious about how holographic projection will fit into your intended display. If for any reason you don’t find the answer to your question, our representatives are more than happy to speak with you.