How To Celebrate With Digital Decorations

We get it: AtmosFX Digital Decorations are so dynamic, it is easy to think they’d be difficult to use. But they’re surprisingly easy. The only real difficulty is deciding among all the great places to display them.

What makes it so easy? Versatility. You can use digital decorations almost anywhere – large or small, indoors or out. For example, you can turn a TV or monitor into a fun party prop, or place it in the windowsill to entertain the neighbors. With a projector, you can bring just about any surface to life with vivid animations – windows, walls, ceilings, floors, exterior of your house ... even thin air.

We’ve put together a few videos that will get the creative juices flowing –they’re a great start for maximizing your digital decorating experience.

It’s time to let your creativity run wild. And remember, with AtmosFX Digital Decorations, there is only one important rule:

Have fun!

What Is Digital Decorating?

Enjoy an introduction to the joyous world of celebrating with digital decorations.

Digital Decorating Basics

Kick things off with a few suggestions for maximizing your own digital decorating experience.

Window Decorating

Captivate and entertain your family, friends and neighbors by displaying dazzling decorations in your windows.

Create Hollusions

Use Hollusion Material to create hologram-like illusions that seemingly appear out of thin air in a doorway, an archway, a yard...practically anywhere.

TVs/Monitors as Decorations

Transform your TV or monitor into an eye-catching, animated decoration or prop for parties and entertaining.

Walls/Solid Surfaces as Decorations

Bring any solid surface to life by projecting onto your walls, ceilings, doors, floors, props, house exterior, and more.

Bring Props to Life

Project onto the AtmosFX 3DFX Form and bring a variety of animated characters to three-dimensional life.

Projection Materials: What's the Difference?

Discover the difference between AtmosFX's Window Projection Material (WPM) and Hollusion™ Projection Material (HPM).