If you’ve ever wanted to incorporate a 3D hologram projector into your place of business, then there’s a good chance that you think doing so is extremely complicated. Nothing could be further from the truth, however. Assuming that you already have the infrastructure needed to provide a constant video stream to an I/O device, you can work with a holographic projector.
Engineers have developed basic interfaces that support almost kind of I/O equipment. Users simply need to connect a PC to their 3D hologram projector and treat it as though it were an external display screen or a conventional terminal. After the normal pairing dance is over, you’ll be able to stream material directly to it.
Content that would have normally been reserved for some other type of three-dimensional experience should work well with a holographic projection system. You may want to render content before a presentation so that there’s never any lag when you show your clients a particular image. Loading pre-rendered content should normally be every bit as easy as playing a three-dimensional video or showing anything else that would require the use of virtual reality technology.
Depending on your specific needs, you might want to create a number of pre-rendered objects before you ever head off to a conference or presentation. When attendees ask you for a demonstration, you could pull out whatever rendering is appropriate for the current situation. That should provide you with plenty of flexibility when it comes time to meet the needs of an extremely diverse group of conference attendees.