Visitors to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center can now interact with two new additions to the theme park/museum. Two Hologram projectors at NASA / Kennedy Space Center are giving guests the opportunity to learn about the Apollo missions via projections floating in mid air. The new dual sided exhibits feature Trade Show Holograms new Ultra Bright Technology. This new hologram design projects bright HD quality video even in bright trade show environments.
The new displays are proving popular with Kennedy Space Center guests. Visitors can see 3D presentations related to various aspects of the Apollo Space Program. Presentations include trivia on how the Lunar Rover was delivered to the moon, the Apollo 11 flight path and the Launch abort system designed to rescue the Command Module should the Saturn V rocket fail during launch in addition to other Apollo presentations.
The exhibits are dual sided displays so visitors can interact with the projections on each side independently. The projection is only visible from the side being interacted with. The 3D effect can be viewed clearly without the use of any 3D glasses. They are popular rental displays at trade shows across North Americas.
Hologram Projectors at NASA inform a new generation.
The Apollo Moon Mission celebrated its 50th anniversary this July. The world famous event was documented expertly over the years. Many of todays younger generation of space enthusiasts have seen the same documentary material in various formats. The stunning visual and high tech imagery of 3D holograms bring a new level of interest to Space Center Visitors. Being able to watch Apollo Mission Trivia in 3D keeps interest level high. Holographic Projectors are an exciting way for museums to present historic material to guests.
Hologram Presentation topics currently include the Unexpected Fuel shortage that the Apollo 11 crew experienced that almost cost them the mission. Trivia like how the Lunar Rover was transported to the moon is also included. Be sure to interact with the hologram projectors at the Kennedy Space Center should you visit there sometime.