Kris Jenner’s Counter-Top Hologram Cost $6,900
A groundbreaking moment occurred in a recent episode of “The Kardashians” as a Proto holographic display booth took center stage. This extraordinary development unfolded on the popular streaming platform Hulu, where Kris Jenner embarked on a visit to Proto Studios. What followed was nothing short of revolutionary, as Kris Jenner engaged in interactive conversations beamed to multiple Proto units strategically positioned throughout her daughter Khloe’s Calabasas residence, after the mother daughter duo had a disagreement about Kris Jenners availability. With this feedback in mind, Kris took it upon herself to make sure she could be in 4 places at once…literally! This remarkable episode marked the very first instance of Proto’s appearance on a non-competition, unscripted television show.
The momentum continued to build as Proto made its second high-profile appearance the preceding night, gracing the stage of “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” This time, Proto played a pivotal role in People’s Sexiest Man Alive reveal, as the charismatic Patrick Dempsey materialized as a hologram, donning VR masks that added a futuristic touch to the show’s entertainment.
Proto’s influence extends far beyond American television, as it has found its place in global content. Currently, Proto units are captivating audiences in the Indian reality TV show “Bigg Boss Telegu” and the Indonesian singing competition “Trending Star.” These holographic marvels are no longer confined to marketing gimmicks but are seamlessly integrated into the very fabric of these shows.
The remarkable versatility of Proto holographic booths is further evident by their appearances on renowned programs like “America’s Got Talent” and the “Whitney Cummings Comedy Roast.” These booths, having earned SOC 2 Type 2 certification for their stringent confidentiality standards earlier this year, are now making their mark in the world of entertainment and beyond.
Notably, Proto holographic units have also ventured into the legal realm, participating in mock trials within U.S. courts. Additionally, they have been showcased in a demonstration aimed at exploring how holographic technology can enhance communication in American Sign Language.
In essence, Proto holographic display booths have transcended their initial role as marketing tools, evolving into integral components of television shows while making meaningful contributions to various fields, from entertainment to the legal and communication sectors. Their presence in the media landscape continues to expand, promising a future where holographic technology enriches our lives in diverse and unexpected ways.