Moonraker teamed up with the UK’s leading hologram provider Animmersion to create-cutting edge, 3D content that innovates the exhibit experience like never before.
The technology can be layered over the physical world in real time and brings real scientific data to life, allowing visitors to see and interact with human biology right before their eyes.
Moonraker have been visual experimenting with real scientific data for some time and saw an opportunity to bring this offering to the museum and exhibition space. Animmersion and their work with the revolutionary DeepFrame screen provided the ideal format to develop this concept further, helping visualise human biology in a more immersive manner.
To achieve this, Moonraker uses a set of microscopic images (HREM slices) to develop a 3D visualisation similar in look to CT and MRI scans, and the result is a stunning, high-quality, three-dimensional hologramme rotating in mid air. Animmersion’s DeepFrame screen technology, consisting of a special optical lens, enables this display to be floor-mounted or suspended in the air to create a truly captivating experience. The final visual appears as a virtual layer on top of the real world, and can appear up to a mile away.
Moonraker has experimented with scientific content such as a foetus in the womb and the Moon, demonstrating the potential that this innovative process has in creating educational
experiences that allow visitors to see and interact with an image like never before as it rotates before their eyes.
The Deep Frame screen can produce visualisations of any size, depth or distance, allowing people to witness, for example, a historical boat to be brought back to life and docking in a real harbour, dinosaurs roaming right in front of them or to see the moon in immense close up detail.