Hologram Technology are use a lot more than the average person might think. It is still use to create images of people objects, animals, etc. It is also use in credit cards and drivers licenses. Holograms are also use to help test different materials used in construction.
The use of holograms on credit cards and debit cards provide added security to minimize counterfeiting.
Holography has been use to make archival recordings of valuable and/or fragile museum artifacts.
Sony Electronics uses holographic technology in their digital cameras.
Benefits or advantages of 3D Hologram technology.
➨It is very cost effective solution to make and to hire.
➨Has higher storage capacity compare to other methods.
➨Delivers enhanced feasibility of objects including depth.
➨They are complex patterns and hence offers security in wide applications as mentioned above.
Hologram Technology Change Business For marketing departments around the globe, 2018 was the year of video-based strategies, artificial intelligence, and tighter regulations – particularly in the form of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Transitioning into 2019, these trends have continued to evolve, with new ones emerging and, yet again, redefining the face of business in the twenty-first century. One of the most exciting trends to appear, are holograms for business.
“Holographic technology isn’t just about creating life-like images, it’s so much more. Like augmented reality and virtual reality (AR and VR), holographic systems aspire to revolutionize how we see the world.
Traditional signage methods have been replace with digital alternatives that blend seamlessly with the modern world. As we increasingly spend more time staring at screens, our brains have adapted, making digital mediums easier to absorb. However, one key aspect is still lacking digital signage is screen-base, making it a 2D experience.
“Yet, the world around us is 3D, and here is where hologram advertising really stands out. 3D Holographic visuals allow businesses to take what they would usually display on a screen (or poster) and turn it into eye-catching 3D content, bringing it to life in the real world.”
PowerPoint presentations, projector-base images, and traditional signage (stands, posters, etc.) are some of the traditional solutions use by businesses at events. Efficient, tested and reliable (most of the time). However, no matter how good a product or service is, there is no escaping the fact that people expect (and demand) innovation.
“79 percent of marketers in the US use events to generate sales. This significant number demands attention from companies seeking to drive sales revenue, gain repeat purchases and increase brand awareness. 3D Holographic visuals are a game-changer in the marketplace, giving brands the power to take their events to new heights.”
Packed with industry experts, the very best at what they do, in order to get notice among the crowd, businesses need to come up with new and innovative ways to present their products or services. By incorporating 3D holographic elements into their stands, they can draw in the crowds and “WOW” audiences like never before. Mesmerizing with awe-inspiring 3D content that appears to be floating in mid-air. For example, 3D holographic visuals may form part of the company’s logo, or even run a simple demonstration of how a product is physically construct, especially when it’s not feasible to have it physically present at the event.
Standing in front of a room full of experts is a high-pressure experience, aside from the worries about whether your technology is going to work or not, keeping an audience interest, who have been listening to presentations all day, is a huge challenge.
Grab their attention and never give it back with captivating 3D content that transforms any presentation into a holographic visual experience.
“Harnessing the power of 3D holographic imagery in presentations, opens audiences up to a “seeing is believing” experience.”
Holograms used to be the stuff of science fiction that was “coming to a theater near you”. However, the practical uses of holographic technology have eclipsed the film industry and become a commonplace feature in our everyday lives. We are only seeing the beginning of the usefulness of holograms and as the innovators and developers continue to improve the technology, holograms will become an even larger part of society.