AtmosFX Announces Star Trek Digital Decorations

AtmosFX, the digital decorating company best known for projected Halloween and Christmas decorations, today announced the Star Trek: Beam Me Up Digital Decoration Collection, which allows fans to feature virtual “beamed in” home appearances from their favorite Star Trek characters.

Beam Me Up Digital Decorations

The Star Trek: Beam Me Up Digital Decorations feature the images and voices of Star Trek characters that can be beamed into parties and special events. The decoration includes include multiple backgrounds and transporter effects that, when combined with a projector, will allow one, three, or even five fans at once to beam in or out using the effects from their favorite Trek series.

The video below shows how the system works.

The collection features seven decorations displayable on a TV or monitor, or on windows and walls using a projector. Decorations are also available in AtmosFX’s Hollusion™ mode which, when used with Hollusion Projection Material, creates the illusion of holographic projections of your favorite Star Trek characters in thin air.

Star Trek: Beam Me Up Digital Decoration collection incorporates characters from over 50 years of franchise history, including Star Trek The Original Series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Enterprise, Star Trek: Discovery, and Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.

TOS characters projected from the AtmosFX Beam Me Up Collection

Available now

The Star Trek: Beam Me Up AtmosFX Digital Decoration collection is available as a high-definition digital download for $39.99 exclusively at You can also by just individual collections for each series for $9.99. There are also bundles including a projector and window projection material. The Ensign Bundle costs $139.98 and the Captain Bundle (with HD projector) costs $239.98.

AtmosFX Ensign Bundle

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Am I the only one that finds it odd Seven is on the packaging and not Captain Janeway?

No, not the only one! I was expecting Naomi Wildman:)

As a great Starship Captain once said: “Context is for kings”

It’s not odd from a marketing standpoint. Google image search “Star Trek: Voyager”, count the pictures that don’t have Seven in them… They’re not too numerous.

Who’s Captain Janeway? I thought Star Trek: Voyager was all about Seven of Nine and the 3-year prelude leading up to her liberation from the Collective.

Not odd. She probably didn’t agree to have her image used.

Not really. Seven was the more popular character and is probably the best known Voyager character.

Why would Q use the transporter?

Maybe they took his powers off him again?

This is a fun use of tech! They should include the classic Trek Screensavers from the 80’s and 90’s!


…. or do this for free on YouTube by pulling any of the 1 million Star Trek clips posted for the past decade.


“enjoy in your home”