MUSION EYELINER 3D
Holographic Projection System
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Musion Eyeliner 3D Hologram Projector Screen

Musion Eyeliner System is a new and unique high definition 3D hologram projector screen allowing spectacular freeform three-dimensional video images to appear within a live stage setting. Musion brings dramatic, previously unseen 21st century video film effects to the live set mediums of stage, AV – artistic performances, conference or trade show presentations, retail window displays and large scale out-of-home digital signage.

Live or virtual stage presenters appear alongside and interact with virtual images, humans or animated (think of the effect created for Warner Brothers movie, “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?”). The Musion system is unique worldwide and protected by patents granted in countries all over the world, including USA, Japan and Europe.

Musion requires only single camera shoot, single projector playback and does not require any special audience props, such as the use of 3D glasses. Yet, the audience viewing Musion shows are always left awestruck by the startling realism of our 3D virtual shows.
When using Musion Eyeliner Hologram Projector Screen, your imagination is the only limit.

Using sets starting from just 2m 2 sized cubes, projected images range in size from 50cm square, up to a massive 20m x 100m. Content can be live or virtual humans, animations (cartoon or computer generated), full sized trucks or automobiles, landscape, property or scenery, even machinery, pharmaceuticals and electronic components and appliances.

Watch all of your creative content come alive as dramatic moving 3D images of amazing clarity. Even existing ‘made for TV’ 2D video material is transformed into compelling footage running in giant floating 3D virtual screens created by the Musion Eyeliner System.

Any image types can be created and mixed together using conventional animation software such as 3D Studio Max.

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