London's Design Museum showcased French designer Christian Louboutin with a special centrepiece - a holographic performance from Louboutin's muse, Dita Von Teese. Morphing from giant stiletto to elegant dancer, Teese helped bring in 38,000 visitors over ten weeks, a museum attendance record.
A six minute holographic gaming experience helped teach the public about GE's new GEnx™ jet engine. Players could virtually construct, examine and explore over 200 engine parts with simple arm movements. The virtual engine could be rotated 360 degrees in a massive 32' x 30' installation.
Abu Dhabi's World Future Energy Summit demonstrated its green credentials with a life-size holographic Prince Charles. He gave a rousing keynote about the energy challenges facing the world before vanishing into thin air, saving an estimated 15 tons of carbon waste.
The 8 Rocks charity gala event included one-time-only holographic performances from the biggest names in British music. At the iconic venue, Battersea Evolution, both JLS and Alexandra Burke took centre stage to support organisations, The Dallaglio Foundation and Cancer Research UK.
Showing what beatboxing and holographic visualisation can achieve, Neurosonics created an interactive drum kit using samples from UK star Beardyman. Bringing traditional DJ scratching together with drumming, the unique performance has, to date, had over 80,000 views on YouTube.
Supremely artistic, Eckert's holographic fashion show is one of the most impressive Musion3D presentations to date. The amalgamation of amazing 3D effects, beautiful outfits, holographic choreography and music is completely unique, proven by its popularity on YouTube.
Before GE went interactive with its holographic jet engine, it sowed the seeds in 2006 with a huge virtual engine reproduction. Explaining how the engine worked, it proved more effective and engaging than having the real thing on-stage.