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Models of laboratories, facilities, factories, airports, train stations, offices

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Big Science

Celebrating the Higgs Boson discovery and Nobel Prize Award

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Medical Imaging

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For teaching, outreach & public engagement. All human organs and full anatomy from CT/MRI & Ultrasound


Development of next gen holographic video technology

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Engineering design

Complex and challenging structures for visualisation, planning & presentation

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About Holoxica

Holoxica Limited is a company registered in England with registration nr 6587101 and VAT nr GB 984992934.

The company is located at the Scottish Microelectronics Centre on the Kings Buildings campus at Edinburgh University.

Holoxica Ltd
Scottish Microelectronics Centre
The Kings Buildings
Alexandar Crum Brown Road
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)131 650 7813
Fax: +44 (0)131 650 7475

How to find us


The Sottish Microelectronics Centre is located on the King's Buildings campus of Edinburgh University, towards the south of the City – see the map below. When you arrive, just announce yourself at reception or call us from the reception phone by dialling 507813.


Enter the campus via entrance 1 on West Mains Rd (opposite the Harley Davidson garage). Carry straight on until you reach a roundabout. The SMC is the white building on the right of the roundabout – take an immediate right into the car park (don't go round the roundabout).

Train and bus

From outside Edinburgh's central Waverley Station, take the bus number 41 labeled King's Buildings (the end-stop). It's about a 20 minute ride and the fare is around £2 each way. Get off at the end and the SMC is across the roundabout, opposite the bus stop.


Edinburgh airport is located west of the city. The best thing to do is take a taxi – its about a 25-30 minute journey, costing around £25.


Industries we serve.

Medical Imaging
We design holograms using data
from medical scanners
(CT Scan, MRI etc.) to serve
hospitals and medical students for informative and display purposes.
Scientific Visualisation
We make holograms from
3D representations (point cloud,
mesh, custom data) for scientific applications ranging from
particle physics to astronomy.
Engineering Design
We make holograms from 3D
CAD and graphics models of
machinery in the Energy,
Automotive, Aerospace and
other sectors.
Architecture & Construction
Our holographic prints enable
architects to show clients their
designs in a cost-effective way. 
Channeling allows us to show
multiple views.