Most Effective Holographic Display Technology on the Market

By Emily Pribanic - Last Updated on January 22, 2019
Most Effective Holographic Display Technology on the Market

Holographic display technology is a type of display that utilizes light diffraction to create a virtual three-dimensional image. Holographic display technology can be distinguished from other forms of 3D imaging because they don’t require the aid of special glasses or external equipment for viewers to see the image.

Holographic display technology has already been used to bring famous artists like Frank Sinatra and Tupac Shakur back to life for live performances and has even been used to give medical professionals a realistic sense of human anatomy. As this technology is set to revolutionize every industry, let’s take a look at some of the most effective holographic display technology on the market your organization can start using to improve the customer experience and improve your brand recognition.

Most Effective Holographic Display Technology

What are the most effective holographic display technologies on the market today?

Laser Plasma Holographs

Developed by Japanese company Burton, Inc. this true 3D display named Aerial Burton uses laser plasma technology to create 3D images in 3D physical spaces.


These types of devices have fan propellers that are merged with sophisticated RGB lights and spin similarly to ceiling fans but in a horizontal direction. When fan-type-holographs spin, they produce holographic images the viewer can easily see.

Physical Holograms

Physical holograms are complicated to create but very tangible. Crazyflie 2.0 is a physical hologram that uses hundreds of autonomous drones with LED lights to show viewers a physical image. This advanced version of a physical hologram was designed by Raffaello D’Andrea and is continually being updated and improved upon.

Material Fused Holograms

From smoke projection to water holograms, companies like Burton Inc. and Gatorade are changing the way people think holograms should look like. In fact, Gatorade used over 20,000 parts and 5000 hours to construct the first-ever human figure made from 100% liquid, making water active.

Event Holograms

Designed by company AtmosFX which provides customers with digital decorations, event holograms are a great addition to any event and are guaranteed to wow guests. These holograms can be used for any occasion from corporate events to trade shows.

Stage Performance Holograms

MDH Hologram, the world’s leader in holographic technology, continues to improve holograms and pioneer the technology. In a statement about their hologram technology, MDH states, “Our hologram technology pushes boundaries and expectations, and provides that extra wow factor to captivate your audiences. With our groundbreaking 3D holographic projection technique, your event will never be forgotten.”

Portable Holographic Devices

Holovect, creators of the world’s thinnest hologram, has created the world’s first desktop holographic display by drawing objects in the air with light. With Holovect, users can visualize CAD models in STL format before 3D printing, visualize 3D data acquired through a 3D scanner, and even use the hologram technology for advertising and branding purposes.

As holographic display technology improves and the holographic display market grows, companies in every sector will begin to use this technology for all types of endeavors including advertising, branding, holographic television displays, real-world medical scenarios, and so much more. As holographic display technology becomes more advanced and widespread, we will soon realize the dream humans have had since the late 1800s.

Emily Pribanic | Emily is a graduate of the University of North Texas. She has her B.A. in Advertising with a concentration in Copywriting. Emily has been writing since she was young and has a creative imagination. She lives in Dallas, Texas with her family and two cats.

Emily Pribanic | Emily is a graduate of the University of North Texas. She has her B.A. in Advertising with a concentration in Copywriting. Emily has been writing s...

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