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Holograms are built using physic's principles. And physics is a science field.
Holograms are like a photograph the only difference is that instead of white light it needs a laser
Holograms are already available .They are usually just tricks of the eyes crated by coloured lights and mirrors.
No, you cant they are computer thingies so when they perform they are holograms. so unless you can touch holograms, you can touch a vocaloid
This uses holograms
a telephone invented in 1784
as far as i no yes
No. Holograms didn't exist at that time. And while many other countries have used holograms as security devices for many years, the new $100 bills are the only US currency to incorporate them.
Not really. Holograms--that is, the projection of 3-dimensional images--was being done as early as the 1960s. It was actually one of the first applications of the laser. Real life holograms, though, aren't like what you see in Star Wars. The holograms that were around before Star Wars were essentially still photographs exposed on special film using two lasers, and they could only be displayed within a viewing medium. The original Star Wars did introduce the idea of video holograms, projected into thin air.
transmission and reflection
No, it's not.
Jem is a 80's fictional character on TV, known because of her band, Jem and the Holograms. She has pink, crazy hair and Jem Star Earrings, which are motion sensors to activate Sinergy, a robot/holographic character who can create holograms and stuff like that. You can watch Jem and the Holograms on the Hub.
It gives you power to become a super hero.
Mission Impossible - 1988 Holograms 1-3 was released on: USA: 6 November 1988
Theoretically yes. The tupac concert that had a holographic tupac rap in front of hundred is proof,also the Japanese are testing touch able holograms to call friends and play games.
they are difficult to counterfeit
The Nostalgia Chick - 2008 Jem and the Holograms 4-12 was released on: USA: 18 June 2011
Good question. In real life, holograms are always in off colours (they'll probably be improved in the future). It's hard to explain for people who don't have a good grasp of holograms. But they're a bit like in Star Wars in real life, as well. But I don't think they'd really be quite that blue.
Then 2 kids find a laptop that still works and attract the holograms. People start leaving to later find one of the holograms just want to be back human. By some program the hologram does look human at the end as they set off bombs to act like emp's. This is all i remember. Seen this last year and dont remember the name of it. Thanks to anyone who can help.