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Yet where flying cars and holographs thrive, many things of the past remain wholly in tact—especially the patriarchy.
In one scene, a 10-story high, glowing, pink holograph speaks seductively to K
Microscopic images of the cells are used to write software around a specific cell structure that is translated to a holograph image, giving high-powered lasers the blueprints to then build collagen scaffolding around cells.
The team hopes to push the material to produce video quality holographs in the next two years, and the technology could be ready for your living room within the decade.
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legal Definition of holograph
holographicplay \ˌhō-lə-ˈgra-fik, ˌhä-\ adjective
Origin and Etymology of holograph
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