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  • n. A holographic projector.


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holo- +‎ projector


  • The holoprojector was enormous and required a rather burly man to maneuver it into the dimly lit room where their employer resided.

    Starcraft II: Devils’ Due

  • The hologram, mercifully, winked out; its holoprojector had probably toppled over.

    Starcraft II: Devils’ Due

  • He looked over and, sure enough, there was a small, personal-sized holoprojector and a disk.

    Starcraft II: Devils’ Due

  • Should remind most of the holoprojector r2d2 used to show emergency message. 3d tv might be easier with lasers light holoprojection.

    Plasma and LCD, step aside? Take a peek at Laser TV | Sync Blog

  • I donned my masque and rotated my hyperbaric chamber to face the holoprojector, which crackled to life at my command and displayed the face of Thet Moor of the Imperial Secret Service.

    Archive 2005-05-08

  • She thanked Macrita Helleck, her immediate predecessor at Starfleet Medical, for coming up with the subdermal holoprojector technology that allowed field personnel to impersonate a different species without undergoing surgical alteration.

    Death in Winter

  • Picard was close to losing consciousness, the taste of blood strong in his mouth, his holoprojector disabled.

    Death in Winter

  • Now they stood in a simple unadorned room, its lower walls studded with the glowing green emitters of a compact holoprojector system.


  • Carl chuckled and rolled over, coming to his feet easily to switch off the holoprojector they'd borrowed from the campus library.

    Ripping Time

  • The holoprojector was cunningly concealed; Bradley could not even guess where it was hiding.

    The Ghost from the Grand Banks


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