Hologram

usgb/ˈhəʊləɡræm,ˈhɑːləɡræm/Volume
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Science ProjectsPlay
Used to describe sophisticated projects or visuals, including schoolwork. SlideHis presentation included a hologram that demonstrated the solar system.
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Cutting-edge TechPlay
Implies advanced technology; often associated with future developments. SlideThe tech conference showcased a hologram that could be interacted with.
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Not Always TangiblePlay
Although 3D, holograms can’t always be touched—they lack physical form. SlideI reached out to touch the hologram, but my hand passed right through it.