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HORROR-GRAMS

 

Holography is now an almost everyday phenomenon present in our day to day lives. For example, telephones, credit cards and some bank notes use holography of one kind or another usually as a means of security as holograms are very difficult for a counterfieter to copy.

Holograms are also an art form.  Art can of course be beautiful but it can also be terrifying. Our hologram display contains images of classic horror characters such as Dracula, the Mummy Dr Frankenstein's monster and the Werewolf.  Come back in time with us to discover a T-Rex; don't get too close however as it can claw the air and swing its head and tail. If this does not chill you to the bone you can always meet our tarantula. This giant spider projects 5 feet into the room, enough to make the bravest shiver.  

 

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Spider

ANACHROPHOBES BEWARE! 
The giant tarantula is in the centre of the exhibition so you are safe up to this point.

Parental discretion for younger visitors may be advisable on some the scarier holograms .

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  What visitors thought
  I loved the 3D pictures especially the one of Boy George - it was like he was there!
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Enjoyed the different types of illusions especially the 3D pictures.
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The holograms were great and everything interactive was brilliant especially for "Big Kids". We went out that evening and recommended it to everyone we were with who seemed sold on going.
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