a hologram; a device that displays holograms; holograms as a form of entertainment
You may examine the holo Louis Wu is carrying. That is the only information I can give you at this time.
I am enclosing a holo of the shrine for your pleasure.
She had seen trick holos like this at funhouses, but none so perfect.
It was Green’s first good look at the creatures, though he had seen holos.
Xhosa, give this place a structural check and get holo crews in here. Holos of every room.
She opened uncle Giraud’s present next…It was an awfully nice holo of the whole planet.
My doctor doesn’t have to see the man who destroyed his career on the holo every week.
The holo was called Flash Gordon on the New World. It started off like the old flatfilm, with the planet Mongo approaching the Earth and about to destroy it.
When we were done hugging and jumping up and down, I went to the holo controls.
The laser array high in the groined ceiling glowed with life; no doubt this was generating the holo choir below.
Everyone has their tablets out in front of them with holos displayed, but Ify can’t tell what page of the downloaded lesson they’re on and so has to stumble through image after image after image of nonsense until her holo matches the others.
Larry Niven, Ringworld
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