Holographic Technology for customer experience and advertising

Hologram technology pushes boundaries and expectations, and provides that extra wow factor to captivate your audiences.

Our Holographic Ad Players let you combine a physical product with 3D holographic content. The chamber can be seen from all 4 sides and is designed for open floor placement. The unit is delivered in flight cases and can be easily assembled at the place of installation.

The holography display is ideally suited for exhibition and retail. The system displays 3D animation files which can be viewed from 180° 1 side ,270° 3 side or 360° 4 side models with stunning visual 3D effect and powerful sound. With our groundbreaking 3D holographic visuals around your products, they will create a memorable impression for your brand and your products.  Our holographic projection displays are perfect for retail, advertising, promotional events, product launches, museum exhibits, shopping malls, medical and educational demonstrations.  View Products

Some of our Holographic Display Features are:

  • Combines holographic 3D content with physical products
  • Bright and free floating holographic picture quality
  • 3 and 4 Sided Viewing
  • Holograms captivate the audience and draw a crowd
  • Glasses Free 3D draws 44% more attentiveness, 35% more recognition, 30% more sales
  • Transparent LCD touch glass creates interactivity around real objects
  • Transparent Glass makes images look like they are floating in the air

Holographic and 3D advertising displays are a competitive differentiator that distinguishes companies that are fighting for a relevant position in the retail market.

iDesign Café helps retailers innovate their customer experience with the latest in glasses free 3D digital signage, holographic displays, transparent LCD showcases and refrigerators, digital signage, touchscreen kiosks, interactive mirrors, RFID, tracking beacons and projection technology.

Interactive Design Café was listed as a leading Service Design Agency by Forrester Research in 2013 (pg 19-34) View Report