The Holoverse was born from an inspiration of Andrea Prince (Laserman) and Leonardo Terzulli, two Italian creative minds.

The company has been an innovator in holographic technology, having done pioneering work over the past 10 years and rewriting the rules of this industry.

In fact, for the first time in 2018, live worldwide, during the final of Sanremo, they managed to make the hologram of Mina, a famous Italian singer, appear on stage, using as many as 40 holographic devices, joined for the first time by a software created by them.

They also made the official holograms of super heroes for Warner Bros Entertainment in 2019.

In March 2021, they filed the intellectual property for their innovative idea.
NFTs become real holograms, to give a much higher perceived value and turn NFTs into real works of art.

"We are convinced that this conceptual union of digital and physical, can add value to the wonderful NFT technology, and can bring a more conservative audience closer to what is the future of art, as well as help artists create digital hologram works, for the first time."