Projecting onto Glass
@dansnodgrass the HoloPro is amazing and looks stunning but yes you are right... very expensive.
You'll also notice in the picture of the HoloPro, that the woman is interacting with the presentation. This is facilitated through the use of the VIP Interactive TouchFoil produced by Visual Planet (and not available at a store near you for about $10,000 - for the 3'x8' foil you see in use here.)
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..projection on glass
for the low tech end (and of course budget) try buttermilk: applied thin with a foam paint roller it will dry after approx. 20 minutes (3 time s). it's a charming. try it before applying at the flagstore ,-).
and you can accentuate the vintage look with a brush etc, get a cleaner look with airbrush (?)... just experiment!.. removes with water
(low end) we used to take frosted sandblast foils - they're not soo expensive and easy to remove. get some sample and try
have fun mickey