= tri-v n.
They'll be materializing before them in the special reception chambers, transmitted by way of the wires and beams, and reproduced by the three-dimensional holovision system in all their natural solidity.
Very Private Life 4
They simply crossed the plaza again and again, marching neither too rigidly nor too slackly, keeping their eyes on the holovision hovercameras above them.
Tower of Glass in Galaxy Magazine June 86/1
I would have been regretful, but I would have accepted your resignation. After all, you’re one of the top holovision writers in the field.
Poet in Hologram in Middle of Prime Time in H. Harrison Nova 2 97
The title page lands face up: ‘Darkness Comes Cheap: an original play for holovision.’
Poet in Hologram in Middle of Prime Time in H. Harrison Nova 2 95
I'm gonna take his picture and pictures of all the stuff he found out and you gonna see it on holovision and see how bad you stink.
in Vertex Apr. 62/3
At night, it was Hans' habit to sit on his vibrating bed and watch the holovision until one o'clock. At that time, his kitchen would prepare him a late snack, roll it to him in his bed, and he would retire for the night.
Bagatelle in Galaxy, Incorporating Worlds of If Oct. 15/1
As their relationship matured, increasingly they spent their time together watching holovision reruns of popular executions.
Forbidden Knowledge in R. Rucker Mathenauts (1989) 126
Flatscreen pictures don’t have enough life in them… I prefer holovision every time.
Death of Sleep (1992) 189
But he has been spending time in one of the big holovision rooms.
Woman of Iron People (1992) iv. 149
The students were facing a holovision display of a woman and a man looking attentive and kindly.
Joy Machine iv. 69
Could a human love an Echo? Could an Echo love a human? The first question was always asked a lot on bad holovision shows.
Echo Boy (2015) 262
Research HistoryKatrina Campbell submitted a cite from a 1992 reprint of Anne McCaffrey and Jody Lynn Nye's "The Death of Sleep".
The OED has a citation from a 1980 reprint of Harry Harrison's "We Ate the Whole Thing".
Malcolm Farmer submitted a cite from a 1975 reprint of Ed Bryant's "The Poet in the Hologram in the Middle of Prime Time" in Nova 2; Dave Langford verified the cite in the 1972 first edition.
Malcolm Farmer submitted a cite from a 1989 reprint of Kathryn Cramer's 1987 "Forbidden Knowledge".
Malcolm Farmer submitted a cite from a 1975 reprint of James Tiptree's 1973 "The Girl Who Was Plugged In".
Douglas Winston submitted a cite from a reprint of John Varley's "Bagatelle"; Mike Christie verified the cite in the 1976 first magazine appearance.
Ralf Brown located, and Douglas Winston and Lawrence Watt-Evans independently submitted, a cite from a reprint of Robert Silverberg's "Tower of Glass"; Mike Christie verified the cite in the 1970 first magazine appearance.
Roberto Labanti submitted a cite from a 1968 by Geoffrey Wolff, "Life in the Tube", in the September 21 Washington Post, reviewing "A Very Private Life", by Michael Frayn; Jeff Prucher found an example in the book itself.
Ben Ostrowsky submitted a 2014 cite from Matt Haig.
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