by Mathilde Davan
Flower Petal is an interactive hologram using the Pepper’s Ghost technique. The pattern is created four times on the screen and projected once on each side of a “holographic projector” made with acrylic sheets.
For this project, the goal was to create a hologram that the viewer could interact with. The interaction is made possible through a sphere that the viewer can move to make the holographic visual change. The movements of the sphere affect both the movements of the hologram and the colors.
Each side of the hologram represents one petal of a flower and when the viewer looks at the screen instead of the hologram, the whole flower appears.