From Augmented Reality Glasses to Holographic Sketching

By: Meghan Young - Oct 6, 2014
When it comes to experiential presentations, technology has made them much more interesting. The advent of portable virtual reality glasses, augmented reality devices, holograms and even the revamping of good old projection systems has made such material a lot more engaging for not only the audience, but the presenter as well. Through hi-tech experiential presentations, presenters are able to give audiences detailed information that is easily retainable due to enhanced visual aids and interactive experiences.

For instance, one experiential presentation can include the use of augmented reality glasses such as Meta 1 that overlays images on the natural world. This allows the presenter to provide additional data without going on too much of a tangent. There are also fun hologram tools that can sketch in thin air.