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hologram

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Photography
hologramhol‧o‧gram /ˈhɒləɡræm $ ˈhoʊl-, ˈhɑːl-/ noun [countable]  TCPa kind of photograph made with a laser that looks as if it is not flat when you look at it from an angleholographic /ˌhɒləˈɡræfɪk◂ $ ˌhoʊl-, ˌhɑːl-/ adjectiveholography /hɒˈlɒɡrəfi $ hoʊ-, hɑː-/ noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
hologramHoiographic Implementations One of the most promising devices for implementing neural networks may be holograms.There is an important difference between holograms on photographic plates and holograms on photorefractive substances.Perhaps developments in electronically stored holograms will reduce the need to keep very large suites of specimens.The second was the realisation that holograms do not have to be recorded on film.Suppose a number of pairs of objects are associated and recorded on the hologram.As she stepped into the humming elevator, Chesarynth realized that the other doors were holograms for security.
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