Hologram technology is changing the landscape of presentation and designing the home or building. Improved modular methods are able to provide higher standard green homes at affordable cost and at a quicker pace to the doorstep of the homeowners.
Over the few years 3D printing methods has changed the floor planning by a big leap. Now we are able to hand over the 3D model of the structure in buyers hands or on their office table to provide the opportunity to the owner to hold up the 3D model of his/her dream structure, rotate it around and view it from all different angles and have a better understanding of their project.
3D printing benefits makes it easy to comprehend for the land developers & homeowners. The job is done many times quicker then blueprints plans and in color with intricate details. Plus there is cost savings as well as accuracy of the 3D model as opposed to hand build models.
Hologram was invented by Hungarian-British physicist Dennis Gabor and was awarded in 1971 the Nobel Prize in Physics, his work started in the late 1940. It is said that holograms began from illusion trick known as "Pepper's Ghost" with well angled mirror project an illusion in the amusement parks. Holography is a technique which enables three-dimensional holograms, utilizing laser. The image changes as the position of the viewing system changes in exactly the same way as if the object were still present, thus making the image appear three-dimensional.
In the near future hologram will alter the floor planning presentation with more visual details, with the design of the structure exterior and the interior of the homes for easy grasp to the benefits of the owner relating his/her dream home.