Aroma Studios utilized the spectacular holographic scenes to bring the great physician Albert Einstein, the Sufi scholar Jalal al-Din al-Rumi, and Mother Mary Teresa back to life.
The accuracy and clarity of the holographic display absolutely amazes the entire world.
Not to mention the fact that they were blended with computer-generated décor components, as well as animated scenes of planet Earth, space shuttles, conflicts, flames, and nuclear blasts, owing to Aroma Studios that was in charge of all the 3D visual components, graphics, and animated movies that were all created in Egypt by hundreds of Aroma professionals and artists.
Holography is a technique that allows a wave front to be captured and then reconstructed, and it is best known for producing three-dimensional pictures, using laser technology.
Because viewing a hologram with the human eye differs from viewing one via a camera lens, the crowd applauded the image's clarity and detail at the start, as if the performers' personas were truly on stage.
Aroma Studiosworked on this hologram for more than a month, with roughly 200 experts and artists contributing to its creation.
Founded in 2001 by Egyptian producer Tamer Mortada, Aroma is a leading post-production house and design solutions provider. It offers a wide variety of services including films, advertisements, music videos, and television programs.
Additionally, it designs audio-visual identities for TV channels, for which it has been awarded over 15 international awards. With the growth of its business, Aroma has opened new branches in Dubai Studio City, Dubai; twofour54, Abu Dhabi and Riyadh, KSA. Currently, the company includes over 300 employees, including over 200 artists working in different fields.