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Holographic Studios is the world's oldest gallery of 3D holography. The gallery is open free to the public on weekday afternoons. We also offer classes, gifts, and custom hologram portraits. See our website for detail on our guided tours of our...more
It's a quirky, intelligent, off-the-beaten path museum. Jason, aka, Dr. Laser, is entertaining and smart as hell. We learned, laughed and heard about his walk-on part son television as well. But it's the science that is fascinating and he is the real deal. The museum...More
I’m not sure what we loved more..the AMAZIMG holograms, Jason’s big, endearing personality, or his quirky artists work space! We loved the laser show! Next time you are in NYC, avoid the same crowded, boring tourists attractions and visit Dr Laser! Thank you for a...More
Amazing experience. Perfect for families and people of all ages. 5 Stars and can't wait to visit again soon!
Love Dr Laser! His humor and passion for his craft is evident and leaves you with joy. A must when in NYC!
On a business reward trip we had some free time to do our own thing, the timings worked perfectly after our cycling around Central Park so soon I was walking to 240E 26th street, the home of the Holographic Studios.
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I came in with a large tour group and had the best time. The holograms were really interesting, and there were so many different types to see. Every time I thought I had seen the coolest thing, Dr. Laser pulled out something even cooler. His...More
I will admit I was skeptical before going. I envisioned those silver holograms on trading cards or "authentic" clothing tags, how interesting could that be? What Doc Laser showed on the tour blew us away!
It is part exploration into the working studio of an...More
I brought my family as a last minute addition to the sites we saw in New York City. I love holograms and to see one of the only places that still makes real holograms is neat in my book. I brought the family nerds, my...More
If you are fascinated by holograms, you may find that about 30 minutes here is sufficient. We went with a large tour, and spent 2.5 hours here, gazing at dusty holographic pieces, some more interesting than others. And of course, being regaled by "Dr. Laser"...More