Visitors to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Southern California can now see the 40th president in a whole new light.

The library on Wednesday revealed that the exhibit with the three state-of-the-art holograms of the former president was produced in tandem with Digital Frontier FX and Hologram USA, according to reports. Dan Lux of DLux Productions was the executive producer.

The 3D, computer-generated series includes the former Republican president from California delivering an address during his 1984 re-election campaign and another from the Oval Office. There is also a projection of him at the "Western White House," his beloved Rancho del Cielo property near Santa Barbara.

The holograms were created using a silicone cast of Reagan’s head that was photographed from an array of angles, the Associated Press reported. It was then digitally imposed on the body of an actor portraying the former president.

Reagan, himself a former Hollywood actor, died in 2004 at the age of 93. His two-term tenure in the White House followed eight years as California's governor.