Orlando, FL: PeopleVisionFX will be exhibiting its newest special effect technologies at IAAPA Attractions Expo, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, November 19-22, booth 2166. The display will include the debut of the company’s new technology, the HoloImager No-Touchscreen.
The HoloImager No-Touchscreen is a new display that makes it possible to tell a story through the power of holographic projection. A visitor can magically manipulate images without any physical contact, purely through the use of simple gestures. The display is inherently interactive, can be produced in virtually any size, and is compatible with any story.
Utilizing the unique PhotonOpticon system for image projection, the HoloImager No-Touchscreen literally adds a new dimension to a presentation. According to PeopleVisionFX President, Wayne Sullivant, “the No-Touchscreen creates a captivating experience with the ability to tell a compelling story.”
The No-Touchscreen interface is a novel and natural addition to holographic imaging. The intuitive control is ideally suited for face-to-face experiences such as themed attractions and museums. The technology goes beyond the flat confines of conventional video to include almost unlimited information such as animations, photos, and videos, all in 3D holographic space.
PeopleVisionFX, of Roselle, NJ, produces and markets creative special effects for theme parks, museums and exhibits. PeopleVisionFX technologies include a unique system for three dimensional video projection. Products using this technique include the SpokesMannequin, an animated figure that accurately reproduces the voice, likeness and expressive nuances of a live presenter. In addition to the SpokesMannequin, other dimensional video products from PeopleVisionFX include the Anatomical VideoSculpture and FollowTech effects.
The PeopleVisionFX exhibit will also include the company’s Magic Book. With the Magic Book, a visitor can magically turn the pages of a sculpted book with a simple gesture. In addition to text, the Magic Book can display pictures that can come to life as moving images.
IAAPA Attractions Expo is the premier international exhibition for the amusement park and themed venue industries. The show will be held at the Orange County Convention Center and will include nearly 500,000 square feet of exhibits. More than 32,000 theme park professionals are expected to attend. The show is produced by the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions.
For more information, contact Wayne Sullivant at (973) 509-2056, www.peoplevisionfx.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org.