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- adj. Having the form of a hologram.
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I have no problem with putting that tinpot tyrant in his rightful place and positing an utterly impersonal divine force which is omnipresent, omnipotent and, to all intents and puposes, "omniscient" in so far as a hologrammatic implicate order would render the Big Picture available in every shard of reality.
Several million years and a radiation leak later, Dave is released by the ship's computer to realize that all the humans everywhere are dead, his cat's descendants have mutated into a preening Cat, and his only companions are the hologrammatic, anal-retentive shipmate Rimmer and the senile computer Holly.
A master of hologrammatic illusion, he was himself deeply involved in surface appearances and loved an audience for his work, and thus felt that the same was true of everyone else.
A hologrammatic simulation of a viewscreen appeared in the air, hanging over the deck of the ship and carefully slewing as the deck did.
It was way too long and too repetitive, and the plot jumped the shark in outrageous ways hundreds of pages before the ending (and that's granting a suspension of disbelief for the Happy Industrialist Valley behind the atmospheric hologrammatic forcefield).
“And then we’ll turn to our hologrammatic communication avatars and have them Twitter, directly into the post-electronic hive-mind, right?”
And then we’ll turn to our hologrammatic communication avatars and have them Twitter that directly into the post-electronic hive-mind, and we’ll high-five each other with our wrinkled, iPhone-bent hands.