RealFiction Dreamoc


The Dreamoc HD3 is a 3 sided holographic display, which lets you combine a physical product with 3D holographic content. The Dreamoc is equipped with a key protected backdoor, from where you have access to the media player and the chamber inside of the Dreamoc.

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“This unusual display allows visually arresting installations that have a huge wow factor. We’ve are constantly amazed by even the most tech savvy consumers’ reaction to this display. The display’s strength lies in the ability to mix the real and the virtual allowing product to come alive with imagery inside and surrounding them, floating in a holographic-like way.” Shannon Dowsing, 3D Display Consultant, Inition.


Manufacturer’s Description

The Dreamoc, from RealFiction, is a unique 3D display unit that conveys compelling product messages that consumers just can’t ignore.

Dreamoc provides a dazzling combination of holographic-like, free floating video images, with a display of the physical product. The video can be fully customized to fit your branding and colour. Make your product stand out from the crowd with the powerful and eye-catching Dreamoc display.


  • Visually stunning product display
  • Generates positive attention
  • Combines free-floating 3D elements and physical products
  • Superior exposure and branding
  • High reliability and long lifetime
  • High brightness LED for product exposure
  • Can be customized with RAL colours


There are two different sized Dreamoc displays:


  • Dimensions: L=515 mm, D=410 mm, H=1620 mm
  • Weight: 38 kg
  • Resolution: 1680×1050
  • Power: 100-240V AC, 50-60Hz
  • Energy consumption: 60W

For more information consult PDF download on right of page.

Dreamoc XL:

  • 1142mm x 620mm x 776mm (WxHxD)
  • Weight: 75kg
  • Resolution: 1920×1080
  • Sound: 2 x 10W Stereo
  • Power: 220-240V ~50-60Hz
  • Energy Consumption: 245W

For more information consult PDF download on left of the page.


Is this a holographic display? No, whilst it may look like a hologram, it is not a true holographic or volumetric display