DIY 3D Hologram Projector

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3D hologram projectors are pretty cool. They may seem to be very complex technology and they really are. But there is a very simple way for you to make one yourself. At your home.Just have a look.


Their exists a strategy for turning smartphones into 3D hologram projectors that involves a plastic CD cover, a glass cutter, a sheet of paper, some tape, Strong glue and a pen.

Things required

Draw a trapezium on the white paper with dimensions 1cm x 3.5cm x 6cm.

Draw this shaep

Cut the trapezium with the help of the cutter.

cut it

Take an CD cover and carefully cut out the edges.

remove edges

Cut the shape and cut 3 more such pieces.

cut four such pieces

Stick them together with the help of the tape.

join all four pieces

In the end, apply strong glue at the junction and remove the tape.

join with strong glue

Now place it Upside down on your smart phone and play the hologram video.You can even make our own customized videos as I have made.

final

Try to make out one for yourself and experience the magic of Technology.I have made the tutorial video for this, Just have a look.

Tutorial Video :

Hologram Sample videos:

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