The Kennedy Space Center has added two interactive hologram projectors to educate visitors to the complex about aspects of the Apollo Missions. The displays create a 3D effect with the projections floating in mid air. This gives a more futuristic viewpoint to visitors to the complex than traditional 2D monitors.
The special effects exhibits were created by Trade Show Holograms. Established in 2006 the company is an industry leader in creating exciting, interactive 3D presentations for both trade shows and museum display. At a trade show exhibitors need something new and interesting to draw attendees to their booth. The Hologram Projector does more than just draw attention. It offers a presentation of a clients message in a visually interesting media.
The high tech exhibits are available for both purchase for permanent display or rental for short term use like trade shows. The projectors are interactive and allow guests to select from multiple viewing choices via a touch screen. The presentation featured in the video below explains the process of Lunar Extraction and visually shows the process of the CSM ( Command Service Module ) removing and then docking with the LM ( Lunar Module ) .
The 3D exhibits are part of NASA’s celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing but will remain on permanent display at the Saturn V Complex at the Kennedy Space Center. They have proven very popular with Space Center visitors. Presentations include Lunar Extraction, information on the Rover and how it was delivered to the moon, information on the near mission ending fuel shortage experience during the Apollo 11 moon landing, the launch abort system designed to save the crew during a failed launch and much more. New presentations will be added and updated in the future featuring additional trivia, facts and information on the Apollo Programs.
The Kennedy Space Center in Florida has added two dual sided Hologram projectors to their Apollo/Saturn V display. The 3D holographic projection kiosks feature multiple hologram programs in full 1080 HD quality, full color and with audio narration. The presentations offer viewers a futuristic high tech way to learn interesting facts and trivia on NASA’s Apollo Program.
Most often used for trade show applications where a company might use the technology to present highlights of their product to new client the displays are also used in museums. A 3D projection floating in mid air is something that draws attention more than a standard flat screen television video. The 3D effect does not require the use of special glasses or eye ware as standard 3D technology does.
The displays were designed by Trade Show Holograms and are sold and rented to companies presenting at trade shows. They feature the companies new ” Ultra Bright ” technology that allows it to project bright images properly in the standard bright environment of a trade show. In the busy atmosphere of a trade show these days a booth needs something to grab the attention of possible clients who might otherwise overlook their booth. These holographic exhibits do just that.
The Apollo 11 moon landing celebrates its 50th anniversary on July 20th, 2019. The hologram kiosks were added to the visitors center to be featured as part of the celebrations. They will remain on permanent display after the Anniversary is over as Trade show hologram delight NASA guests and they have proven quite popular with visitors to the Kennedy Space Center.
Additional presentations will be added but currently the displays feature 6 programs. These 6 were chosen as they feature trivia not known by many Apollo fans. Did you know the Lunar Module ( LM ) almost ran out of fuel during the first moon landing? How did they take the Lunar Rover to the moon? How would it fit in the LM? What is the BBQ roll you have heard mentioned in movies like Apollo 13? Was there an abort system on the Saturn V rocket in case of a malfunction during launch? These are all topics address in holographic form.
July 20th, 2019 will mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing Mission. NASA is celebrating the date with the addition of Apollo 11 Holographic Displays.
Guests at Florida’s Kennedy Space Center can help celebrate the Apollo Anniversary with 2 interactive hologram projectors. Visitors can learn interesting facts about the various Apollo missions via interactive touch screens. Did you know the Lunar Module almost ran out of fuel during its critical last minute of landing? What is the BBQ roll and why did they need to do that? Did you know about the Launch Abort System that was part of the Saturn V rocket? How did later Apollo Missions take a dune buggy to the moon? These are some of the topics presented in 3D holographic form.
The 3D exhibits were designed and built by Trade Show Holograms, a company specializing in holographic effects for the trade show booth industry and normally offer them as rentals. The displays are proving popular with guests visiting the Kennedy Space Center in Titusville, FL. The combination of the 3D projection floating in mid air, the informative narrative and the surprising Apollo Mission trivia guests can use modern technology to learn about the Apollo missions.
Apollo 11 Holographic Displays draw new interest.
With the famous moon missions happening 50 years ago, the public may think they have learned all there is to know about the project and pass by standard type museum exhibits. The opportunity for museum visitors to interact with the Hologram projector and see Apollo mission facts and trivia presented in a 3D hologram format is something many guests won’t pass up. The displays have proven very popular at the Space Center with visitors of all ages. The 3D effect is something you have to see in person to really appreciate.
With preparations underway at the Kennedy Space Center to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 historic moon landing new interactive holographic displays have been added to the visitor center’s Saturn 5 exhibit. The Kennedy Space Center Holograms offer first time and repeat visitors a new and high tech way to learn about Apollo 11 mission trivia and historical facts.
The hologram projectors project 3d visuals in mid air showing KSC visitors a high tech presentation featuring trivia and answer questions about the Apollo missions. The exhibits were designed and created by Trade Show Holograms, a company that provides 3d holographic projection systems to museums and trade show booths globally. The hologram projectors are normally offered as rentals for trade show exhibitors. Learn more about that company here.
The projectors inform guests on various Apollo Mission trivia and information including presentations on the Lunar Rover, LM Extraction, Apollo 11’s flight path, the Launch Abort system and more. There are currently two Kennedy Space Center Holograms on display. One deals only with Apollo 11 information and the second hologram projector exhibit features facts and trivia on the other Apollo missions. ( 12-17)
An interactive touch screen on each side of the dual projection exhibit allows viewers to select the presentation that most interests them with the simple touch of a finger. At that point the holographic presentation appear to materialize and float in mid air. Most guests compare it to som something straight out of a hollywood special effects film. Viewers hear a narration sound track that accompanies the amazing 3D visual elements of the presentation. Of the multiple Hologram Programs offered to viewers, the chapter explaining the Lunar Module Extraction demonstration hologram can be seen online on youtube.
Be sure to visit the 3D hologram displays on your next visit to the KSC.
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Trade Show Holograms was commissioned to create a 3D holographic display to be featured as part of the Space Symposium ( trade show ) in Colorado. The following video shows details of that holographic presentation kiosk.
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