World’s First Complete 3D Holographic Fashion Show

World’s First Complete 3D Holographic Fashion Show

The ultimate in haute technology, a fashion show that has dropped live models in favor of virtual representations.

Claudia Cukrov
  • 24 june 2011

In a world first, designer Tim Jockel has created a fashion show for German haute couture fashion label Stefan Eckert completely through three-dimensional hologram technology.

Working alongside director Florian Sigl, Jockel captured the content using a high-speed camera, creating the 3D motion graphics and compiling it all in post-production.  Hoping to ‘communicate the philosophy behind the new collection’ in a better way, the Berlin-based designer has not only created the first complete 3D fashion show, but also ‘one of the biggest holographic projections ever.’

Watch the clip below:

Stefan Eckert -3D Holographic Show “Space Blues Symphony”

[via Ventilate]


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