Assistant Professor (Information Technology)
Kalinga University Naya Raipur
Fog Screen Technology
A fog screen is an interactive projection screen technology which creates a thin wall of suspended water particles. It works by using a high-powered fan to create a mist of tiny water droplets that can be used as a projection surface. This fog screen is often used as a display for interactive applications or for advertisements.
The fog screen technology was developed by a Finnish company called FogScreen, Inc. in 2002. The company has since developed a range of products such as the FogScreen Pro, a device used for interactive applications; the FogScreen Lounge, which is designed to be used as an advertising display; and the FogScreen Expo, which is designed to be used as an exhibition display.
Fog screens are becoming increasingly popular due to their ability to create an interactive display with a unique three-dimensional effect. The fog screen technology has been used in various applications such as retail stores, museums, trade shows, and theme parks.
The fog screen technology works by using a high-powered fan to create a thin wall of suspended water particles in the air. The fan is connected to a fog nozzle which disperses a fine mist of water droplets into the air. This mist is then illuminated by a projector, creating the desired image or advertisement.
The fog screen technology has many advantages over traditional projection screens. It is able to create a three-dimensional effect, allowing viewers to get a better look at the displayed content. Additionally, the fog screen creates a unique environment for interactive applications, as viewers can “touch” the screen by running their hands through the mist. Finally, the fog screen technology can also be used as an advertising tool, as companies can use it to create an eye-catching display that stands out from the crowd.