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  • n. A room that provides holographic simulations for recreation, training, etc.


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holo- +‎ deck, coined in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation.


  • "The holodeck is a facility on our ship," the doctor explained.


  • For those of you who never watched Star Trek - The Next Generation, the holodeck was the place where the crew could go for recreation.

    February 2004

  • What had they been doing in that so-called holodeck, what filthy alien secrets had she been learning?

    Do Comets Dream?

  • The basic mechanism behind the holodeck is the omnidirectional holodiode OHD.

    I’m Working on That

  • “The holodeck is a facility on our ship,” the doctor explained.


  • The holodeck was a few meters away, just down the corridor.


  • The holodeck is a 985-square-foot room that provides 3-D interaction for students.

    PNJ - News

  • The holodeck will be the last thing we ever invent, because all anyone will do is sit in the holodeck all day.,

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • You could argue that the various CSI incarnations that exist no border on SF (they have a 'holodeck' on CSI New York for crying out loud) but those are too familiar for what I want.

    Voice Of The Fans: The SF TV Show You'd Like To See

  • “The holodeck is a great way to set the proper mood, but it isn’t the only way.”

    Distant Shores


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