First I saw the Hologram Projectors a few years ago. How mysterious and fascinating! Since then I've been doing research on holograms with hope to build such a Dragon Hologram generator for my guild hall.
In its non-interactive state, the projectors look like eight-sided metal disks on the ground. Quite unspectacular, if I may say so. When active, they project a ghostly image of a dragon above the disk. If I interact with a projector, it will cause an AoE knockback, interrupting all nearby creatures, including allies and foes. It will also spawn a group of Holographic Dragon Minions that are scaled to the area level.
I visited some Asura laboratories and "lengthened" the ears of some Holomantic experts to find out some "little things" about this technology.
A hologram is a three-dimensional image produced with holographic techniques that has a physical presence in real space, or an image that reproduces a three-dimensional image. The term holography is used to describe procedures that exploit the wave character of light to achieve a realistic representation. Interference and coherence play an important role here. Colloquially, certain three-dimensional projections are also referred to as holograms. There are many different types such as image plane holograms, reflection holograms, multiplex holograms and computer-generated holograms.
I am on the right track and about to build my test projector. Unfortunately I can't find a sponsor for 100 Jorbreakers (a very strange material consisting of 1000 Piece of Zhaitaffy).
This is my Story
I have mastered some Dragon Bash successes and got new back item and helmet. My first idea was - a new look for my Mesmer. Unfortunately the result wasn't as good as I had imagined. One day later I looked at Dragon Bash Victory Coffer and decided for a new hammer... and new styling for my Norn Guardian.
The helmet is so specific (also concerning coloring), that was very difficult to find a suitable mix. First attempt with Luminescent armor parts failed...
When the look was done and I wanted to make screens, I had to realize that the whole stuff hardly sees during the day. I wanted to create some balance and some contours. So I changed some colors (added some accents with Phthalo Blue Dye). Nevertheless I didn't get any really nice screens during the day and therefore almost all pictures are night shots.
As far as weapons are concerned, you need more than a hammer. After trying back and forth, my choice fell on Super Weapons (they are something different from hammers in terms of style, but also a kind of hologram). If someone had told me a few years ago that I would use Super Skin, I had laughed at him :)
I hope you have fun looking at my HOLOGRAM tracker.
Weapons: Holographic Colossus
Back Item: Victorious Holographic Wings