Business-to-Business Products Holographics have been increasingly applied to
a wide gamut of products and industries. With our unique capabilities
and fresh perspective on the use of holography, Rayvel develops
products and services for businesses of all types.
The new Time Sharing display
[above] provides an eye-catching way to present nearly
any type of product. The Floor Standing model is
Business applications which can benefit from
Rayvels holographic expertise:
Developing and maintaining brand awareness becomes increasingly
challenging with the evolution of our commercialized society.
Holographic point of purchase displays, signage, and premiums
make effective, eye-catching attractions. These can be used
for in-store merchandising and in exhibits for trade-show
booths, museums, and in other public spaces. [Click to view available holographic
We have introduced our PLasH
POP line of custom point
of purchase displays. This includes a floor
standing model and two counter top versions.The two
counter top designs have a lamp flush mounted in the base
that reflects the light off a mirror above the hologram,
making the light source inconspicuous to the viewer. The
first is called the Time Sharing
display (shown). The hologram oscillates between being
opaque to transparent allowing products, text, or other
elements to disappear then re-appear behind it. The
other version is the Always
On, without the oscillating
effect, where the product sits in front of the hologram.
We are also proud to offer the PortHOL (shown
below): a marine life hologram mounted in a 14" diameter
porthole-style frame. This unique wall hanging makes an
intriguing display for nautical restaurants and cafes, or
as a billboard-type advertising element promoting aquariums
Custom holography can echo existing
promotional imagery as shown above with the PortHOL.
Multi-point vibration damping,
electro-mechanical automation, and precision optical
design are all incorporated in the new žcameraÓ to
produce MVH (Moving Video Holograms).› This system
can record several seconds of full motion holographic
images.› Different clips can be layered on a single
film sheet, producing a dramatic collage.› MVH will
be the basis for a new series of point-of-purchase,
trade show, and museum displays.
Holographic elements are now utilized in packaging of products
such as sporting goods, champagne, and candy to help them
stand out on retailers shelves.
Holography has been increasingly used for brochures and magazines.
The holographic Elvis issue of TV
Guide was the best selling edition
in the magazines history.
Holograms cannot be reproduced except from their original
master, making counterfeiting nearly impossible. Many manufacturers
use embossed holographic seals to identify authenticity.