Khajuraho, Gujarat, India – February 23, 2023: ViitorCloud and OpEzee Delivered Software Solution for Holographic Show at G20 Culture Group Meet in Khajuraho, Showcasing Rich Cultural Heritage of India and the World.

ViitorCloud, a global tech company, in partnership with OpEzee, has successfully delivered a state-of-the-art software solution for the holographic show at the G20 culture group meet held in Khajuraho. The event showcased the rich cultural heritage of India and the world through a mesmerizing display of holograms.

The hologram show features the four prominent artefacts from Indian culture – ‘Parrot Lady’, ‘Yogini artefact from Yogini temple’, ‘Yaksha from Amin Pillars’, and ‘Brahma & Brahman artefact from Ranki Vav’. The holographic display of these artefacts was designed to give the audience a glimpse into the history and the stories associated with them.

The highlight of the show was the ‘Parrot Lady‘ artefact, where a parrot came alive in the hologram and narrated its journey of 900 years. The software solution developed by ViitorCloud and OpEzee was instrumental in bringing this artefact to life and creating a truly immersive experience for the audience.

The success of the holographic show at the G20 culture group meet in Khajuraho was a testament to the technical expertise and creativity of the ViitorCloud and OpEzee teams. Their ability to seamlessly integrate software and hardware elements to create an unforgettable experience was truly remarkable.

“We are delighted to have been a part of this prestigious event and to have played a role in showcasing the rich cultural heritage of India and the world through holographic technology,” said Rohit Purohit, CEO of ViitorCloud. “Our team worked tirelessly to deliver a software solution that would bring these artefacts to life and create an immersive experience for the audience.”

The successful delivery of this software solution by ViitorCloud and OpEzee has paved the way for more such innovative solutions in the future. The use of holographic technology to showcase cultural artefacts is a promising area for exploration, and we are excited to see what the future holds in store.