Holograms, also known as holographic projection or virtual imaging technology, records and reproduces real three-dimensional contents. This technology shows genuine and virtual characters in stereodynamic images and 3D models. To see and interact with these projections, audiences do not need to wear any devices (VR glasses), use hardware (table computer), or software (APPs). This form of technology can have an incredible effect on reality, including the illusion of time travel, as it allows users to interact and perform with real, or fictional characters, from the present, past, or fantasy worlds. Hologram has a wide range of applications. As well as being used in entertainment performances, education, medicine, industry, and manufacturing, it can also be used in exhibitions, business conferences, studios, markets, stadiums, hotels, classrooms, scientific research institutions, and many more environments. For instance, guests (most notably celebrities) who are unable to attend events can be transported there by holographic projection. Through holographic display audiences may witness images from multiple perspectives that before now hasn't been possible. Holographic projection provides infinite possibilities for our future. At VX Entertainment, we have a purpose-built hologram stage enabling you to see the technology's capabilities in action.
Projection mapping technology, namely sterographic projection technology, also known as three-dimensional mapping, is the projection of a three-dimensional images on to irregular surfaces. We use the actual architecture style to create a new, arresting look. It's the practice of revitalizing static objects and creating vivid, visual effects. This technology is not affected by the shape and size of objects, it uses the interaction between light and shadow to create surreal audio visual experiences, especially when combined with music and it's an amazing way to integrate art with technology. This enables you to project your key visuals or brand messages onto people's existing environments, bringing them closer to your business in a way they may not have experienced before. At VX Entertainment, we offer you the chance to witness this incredible cutting-edge process in action and test its usage for your brand.
Virtual reality (VR for short), is a simulation that creates a virtual world of three-dimensional space by using computers to provide sensory, visual, auditory, and tactile sense. Wearing VR glasses immerses users in a virtual three-dimensional world. Whilst the user is in this world the computer receives the users' action data in real-time and integrates this physical behavior with the simulated environment, creating a fully dimensional virtual world. VR technology provided by VX can maximally prevent users from feeling dizzy and tired, allowing users to enjoy the experience without side effects. VR provides users a multi-sensory and high-quality audiovisual feast. We not only have a team of VR experts who can help you find the best ways to utilize VR for your brand, but we also have all of the latest VR equipment available for you to test out in person. Augmented reality (AR for short), is a technology that computes the position and angels of cameras in real time, and supplements these with corresponding images. It aims to realize interaction between the virtual and actual worlds on screen. Virtual objects that don't exist in real world environments are generated with the help of computer graphics and visualization technology. These virtual objects are then accurately "placed" in the real environment through sensing technology. Virtual objects can be smoothly integrated with the real environment, with the help of display equipment, and a new environment with real sensory effects is presented to users. This augmented reality system combines virtuality with reality, and real-time interaction with three-dimensional registration. It is widely used in visualization of building data model, military virtual training, entertainment and arts.
Mixed reality technology (MR for short) is the further development of VR and AR. It introduces real life information into virtual environments, getting virtual and real worlds to interact with each other and enhancing the users' sensory experience. To experience the full potential of M, it requires an environment that is able to interact with all things in reality. Users must wear glasses, such as Microsoft Hololens, to be able to sense this extraordinary interplay between virtual and real worlds. VX is one of the few HoloLens content developers authorized by Microsoft worldwide.
Motion Capture is the tracking of key parts of a moving object that, after computer processing and three-dimensional spatial coordinate data is obtained, shows the interaction between animated characters and moving objects in real time. In the process of filming real characters are shown on a green screen, wearing clothes with trackers, and motion capture artists use computer technology to turn their captured movements into virtual animated characters. Using motion capture allows viewers to interact with virtual characters in real time through gestures or various actions. Gestural-driven experiences enable users to interact and have lots more fun with products and images, simply by using their hands. These touch-less interactions bring customers closer to your brand. Whether it is for entertainment purposes, advertising and marketing or for adding another dimension to your events, VX Entertainment can help unlock the potential of motion capture for your brand.
Live streaming hologram technology, or known as real-time image transmission holographic technology, is where people on green screen project their images onto the stage, in real time, and interact with real characters. The audience can see the live transmission of virtual images in high quality definition, interact with the real characters to create a unique visual sense, and enjoy a real simulation experience. For example, if the performers cannot arrive at the scene in time, they will be projected to the scene to participate in the performance through real-time video transmission. Application in film and television production can save editing later on in production.