Diesel’s latest fashion show featured some 3D holographic projection that is just beyond cool.

Creative Review has the scoop and spoke with a mysterious tech who hinted at some of the inner workings:

“The visuals are projected through a series of ‘foils’ into mid air, so you see the images in mid-air. The models can then interact with them and walk through them. We used plastic foils placed at 45 degree angles so that the projected light from the ceiling goes onto a foil, is reflected on to another and then into the air.

Creative Review has some more information regarding the setup, but the short of it is, 2 HD projectors, pre rendered CGI footage at HD resolution projected down from the ceiling, and a stunned audience (well, they had better be).

An interesting comment at Creative Review suggests that the effect is an updated “Peppers Ghost” setup, which means in theory, some enterprising VJ could set this up today. Either way, it looks incredible.

  • phl

    yeah, it won't get boring the next years

  • These ghosts are very close to the Hironobu Sakaguchi´s designs.
    I supose nobody had his eyes in the clothes..

  • um, what track is the one that is playing as the video opens? it is way cool..

  • Well done!! The technology it´s not that new, it´s been used by Eventology and Vizoo for years but the application to the show it´s excellent! Cheers

  • cool stuff. same way they get the Gorillaz to play "live". i think you can dig up a clip of them playing at the MTV some-crap-or-other awards a couple of years back…

  • http://www.musion.co.uk/

    Musion, that´s them. They use the EyeLiner 3D foil.

  • Agus ,pudiste armar una holoscreen ?

  • mmy

    does anyone know the production house which actually did the diesel show?

  • greg

    This is NOT a hologram. They are totally misusing the term. a hologram is an interference pattern that holds much more information, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hologram