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What does "holographic" mean here?

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Rebecca

"Holographic" is used to describe images (pictures or videos) of things that appear real and solid, not flat. "3D" is sometimes used to describe the same thing. The speaker has used this expression to state that the eyewear has the ability to project holographic (3D) images in front of the wearer. Ex: The holographic display of this alien is so lifelike, I'm kind of scared. Ex: Hologram technology is super advanced now.

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