Visual Extensions

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HOLOGRAPHIC

PROJECTION

Holographic projection for advertising refers to the use of holographic technology to create three-dimensional images or visual effects that are projected into space. It is a captivating and attention-grabbing method of advertising that can enhance brand visibility and engage audiences in a unique way.

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IMMERSIVE KIOSK

DIRECTORY

Immersive kiosk directories are interactive digital displays that provide users with a rich and engaging way to navigate through a physical space, such as a shopping mall, airport, or large venue. These directories go beyond traditional static maps or directories by incorporating immersive elements, such as interactive touchscreens, 3D visualizations, and multimedia content, to enhance the user experience.

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CINEMATIC PROJECTION MAPPING

PROJECTION MAPPING

Cinematic projection mapping, also known as spatial augmented reality or video mapping, is a technique that involves projecting visual content onto irregularly shaped surfaces, such as buildings, sculptures, or any three-dimensional object. It creates the illusion of transforming and manipulating the physical structure by aligning the projected visuals with the object's contours and features.

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HOLOGRAPHIC

FAN DISPLAY

Holographic fan projection, also known as hologram fans or holographic displays, is a technology that creates the illusion of three-dimensional holographic images or videos floating in mid-air. It utilizes a specialized fan-like device with rotating blades and an array of LEDs or other light sources to project sequential images that give the perception of a holographic display.

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MOBILE DEVICE

IMPLEMENTATION

Mobile device augmentation refers to the use of augmented reality (AR) technology to enhance the capabilities and user experience of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. It involves overlaying digital information, virtual objects, or interactive elements onto the real-world environment as viewed through the device's camera or screen.

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INTERACTIVE

AUGMENTED WEARABLES

Interactive XR wearables, also known as interactive extended reality wearables, refer to wearable devices that enable users to interact with and experience augmented reality (AR) or virtual reality (VR) content in a more immersive and intuitive manner. These wearables combine the power of XR technologies with physical interfaces or sensors to enhance the user's engagement and interactivity with the digital world.

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DIGITAL TOUCH

SCREEN DISPLAY

A digital touch screen display refers to a display panel that incorporates touch-sensitive capabilities, allowing users to interact with the content directly by touching the screen. It combines the functionality of a visual display with a touch-sensitive input interface, enabling users to manipulate and control digital content through direct touch interactions.