A demo in the Tech Central space at PCMA Convening Leaders 2017 in January showcased technology developed by VNTANA, a Los Angeles–based augmented-reality company. The technology, which the company calls Hollagram, combines holographic objects with gesture control — in this case, attendees could bat virtual cherry blossoms around a screen. The demo was sponsored by Destination DC and Events DC.
Users received a video of the experience to share on social media. Above, CNTVs Carrie Ferenac interviews Sara Murray, an event project manager for the International Society for Technology in Education, and VNTANA Chief Marketing Officer Nastascha French about more potential uses.