The three day event brought together the very best in British music, art, culture and design. With Musion3D at its heart, the specially commissioned Best of British music stage curated by Guy Chambers showed off the best upcoming musical talent in the UK, as well as a special virtual performance from superstar Paloma Faith. Over 6,000 trade visitors and members of the public attended the event.
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.
AVConcepts' digital resurrection of Tupac sent Musion stratospheric. Thousands of press articles, hundreds of millions of Google results and countless YouTube views later, the Tupac hologram proved utterly game changing and year-defining.
Global superstar Mariah Carey concocted a plan to share some Christmas joy with her European fans. There were five simultaneous performances in Germany, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Poland; an event viewed by millions across the world and one that gave attendees a present they'd never forget.
When four identical avatars performed alongside the real Pixie Lott, sales of her new single soared. It reached number one on iTunes within 30 minutes and entered the UK charts at the top spot within seven days. Six million people caught the IVCA LiveCom award winning performance on TV while the studio audience shared their enthusiasm over social media with those at home.
NRJ, the French GRAMMYs, stunned audiences when it shared world's most popular music acts. Six million viewers in France alone watched Fergie and Taboo dance holographically alongside will.i.am and Apl.De.Ap before crumbling into blocks. Social media overload and album sales quickly followed.
The iconic Grammys performance was the Tupac hologram of the 2000s and helped announce Musion3D was here. Almost a decade later, people are still talking about the show - a clear return on investment if there ever was one.
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.
Thousands were wowed by the world's first virtual tour. Tokio Hotel appeared across seven countries holographically in Europe. The event coincided with the launch of Musion's flame retardant foil for unrivalled event safety and Tokio Hotel is still used as a textbook example for how successful a holographic tour can be.
Yota's staging of Swan Lake saw a holographic dancer appear out of thin air, perform and then change into a giant swan on stage in real-time. Celebrity audiences thought they had seen everything till they saw the performance; a beautiful, intimate show with an everlasting impression.
CEO Ben Noteboom appeared to 28,000 staff in 44 countries for the company's 50th anniversary. His pre-recorded speech in four languages was supported by leading virtual DJs and musical artists. The holographic spectacular was covered in the Financial Times and Randstad chose to sponsor the Musion Academy in 2010, demonstrating its corporate social responsibility.
MAMAs winner New Opera Hero is known for redefining the term band. NOH fuses modern music, technology and holographic stage effects to give the audience a musical experience no other band can replicate. Its innovation demonstrates just what is possible musically with Musion3D.
BBC1 commissioned a TV jubilee special of National Treasures which included holographic projections of Her Majesty in outfits from her 60 years on the throne. HRH The Queen appeared on-stage alongside her designer Stewart Parvin and show presenter, the 60s fashion icon, Twiggy.