3DBaz– Holograms have always been a game changer when it comes to displays.
They literately stand out.
It could be because of it’s magical transparency and the viewer’s real feel.
But it has got a critical problem.
You can’t handle it whenever you want.
They should be caged; mostly in a pyramid-shaped cage made of glass or transparent plastic.
The only reason to build a pyramid is to make audience think it has a 360 degrees view, since it could be working as well if you just put a single piece of glass to demonstrate content.
That’s why building a boarder less hologram was a challenge for years.
When you generally think building a hologram requires an structure, you can’t find another way to build them.
So, Kino-mo changed our mind.
They created something way more magical than old-fashioned holographic displays and it’s called the Hypervsn.
If you are a marketer or you do advertising regularly, you will go nuts once you see it in real time.
it’s not about a high-tech machine or a light bending device, But it’s the innovation who talks now.
The impact of Kino-mo derives attention from anyone who sees it.
Glasses are no more.
Cage is no more.
predefined field of view is no more.
simply, it’s an immersive holographic device which demonstrate 3D content with ease.
It requires no display and can be hanged mounted anywhere.
you don’t need excessive space to grab attention from your potential buyers.
It is remotely controlled, big enough and can be extended to each other to bring a holographic wall into life.
If you have attended the CES 2017, you could see it by yourself.
The way how it attracted eyes was amazing.
It was like there is no one else in the event.
The truth is they are not actually holograms, but they affect your brain the same, even with more excitement.