First, welcome to the family!!
the link you submitted ( of your version ) was apparently to your own access inside your account from the editing page - so it's a dead link to me.
but my first gut reaction is , to get the effect you want, you will need to composit it.
Meaning do it with green screen so you can have different contrasts and effects separate from the background vs the characters.
if you look at the various hologram concerts, while things look realistic, they look - semi-realistic, meaning that it looks more like a stand alone movie that doesn't perfectly blend in with the environment, than looking like a real person standing there. Basically you can tell a hologram when you see it.
trying to do it all with one lighting in iclone will defeat that look because it's all coming from the same light source with the same shadows and effects.
doing this with green screen layers in a video editor will give you more control to separate / distinguish the look and give it more of that synthetic / hologram effect.
you can even see it with the model in the demo video you posted, she has this small black glow around her body that doesn't fit in with the environment, making her look synthetic / surreal.
holograms will always be slightly degraded from reality in look, they are after all immaterial and not solid. so they will always look a little 'ghosty'
I hope this helps,
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