German Circus Roncalli is giving a unique experience to the audience by using Holograms instead of real animals. A circus is famous for a large team of performers which may include acrobats, clowns, trapeze acts, trained animals, hoopers, musicians, tightrope walkers dancers, magicians and many more.
A new hologram animals experience
The German Circus has changed the idea of using real animals like lions and elephants to save them from cruelty. It is indeed a big step for breaking the traditions. We can never imagine a circus without elephants, horses, lions, and monkeys.
Circus Roncalli has been entertaining crowds with its animal shows since 1976 but has decided to change things up in an attempt to fight against animal cruelty in the industry.
How they did it:
– 11x ZU850 laser projectors
– Long throw lens
— Optoma UK (@OptomaUK) June 5, 2019
However, the German Circus Roncalli proved us wrong. They have broken the old wheel by changing from flesh and blood to holograms. Moreover, their show still is number one in the town after the invention.
The circus has been entertaining the people since 1976. But they decided to change a few things to battle against animal cruelty in the industry. Moreover, they began this change first from their circus.
More details about the Holograms
— Circus Roncalli (@CircusRoncalli) April 19, 2019
The audience is unable to see the torture behind the entertainment during animals performance. Now, the circus has created 3D holographic images from projectors. Moreover, the images show huge 3D elephants, horses, and fishes.
📺Tipp: Heute 19:50 im MDR https://t.co/ivaLK5BJ1h
— Circus Roncalli (@CircusRoncalli) April 9, 2019
Plus, it fills the arena measuring 5 meters (16 feet) deep, and 32 meters (105 feet) wide. Likewise, the arena has 360° visibility for the audience. The circus has newly partnered with Optoma, and 11 new ZU850 laser projectors were installed to give a great holographic experience to the entire audience.
Circus Roncalli has taken a step forward by inventing 3D holographic system. Check Out The Geek Herald for more updates.