Hologramica Opens New London Studio 

Hologramica opens the doors to a new studio in London, thanks to NEKO trust.

Hologramica has opened the doors to its new studios on a historic Wandsworth site, thanks to music charity NEKO trust.

Hologramica CEO, Liz Berry commented: “We were struggling to find a home when the NEKO Trust, founded by Glen Rowe, came to our rescue. We now occupy a beautiful, secluded rehearsal facility, previously enjoyed by legendary bands including Metallica and The Rolling Stones. ”

It is from here that Hologramica’s ground-breaking 3D Holonet gauze will continue its ongoing development, along with the company’s production-based activities, which provide holographic hardware, design, content and consultancy for shows worldwide.

“We’ve already installed a stunning 7m wide 3D Holonet rig, alongside one of our portable Holopops Ultra systems,” explained Berry. “Upstairs our filming room can live broadcast holographic people onto either screen as a fully interactive, life-size, hologram. For fully live and hybrid events, the ability to present beamed-in or pre-recorded holographic people is useful and can be spectacular.”

Hologramica is currently booking in-person and Zoom demos of both systems and say they have been extremely excited and relived to see a tangible escalation in interest.