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  • In 2374, a holosuite program recreating the battle was designed by Miles O'Brien and Julian Bashir aboard Deep Space 9.


  • The captain did so, and the doors parted with a slight mechanical moan to reveal what appeared to be an oversized holosuite.

    Star Trek: TNG: Losing the Peace

  • Some fans also objected to the inclusion of the recurring holosuite character of Vic Fontaine, a Las Vegas singer and bar-owner who gives the crew advice on their personal problems.

    Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Seasons 6-7

  • “It must be nice, being the benevolent alien probe, dispensing your wisdom day and night from your cushy holosuite without a concern in the universe.”


  • “Teleporting” Solid 3D Objects Over Internet by Next Generation . . . it is less telportation which means physically moving an object or person across great distances (beam me up, Scotty) but more like telerendering where a 3D physical copy is created for conferencing (the holosuite conference call without the hologram but using an actual 3D object).

    Life of Brian:

  • Instantly the da Vinci disappeared, leaving the students, Fabian, Tev, and Sparks standing in the empty holosuite.

    Creative Couplings

  • Her first idea had been to contact Starfleet Academy and have them shut down the holosuite.

    Creative Couplings

  • She knew better than to interrupt Gold, and Fabian and Tev were doing that holosuite thing at the Academy.

    Creative Couplings

  • Again, Fabian cursed the luck that allowed him to do pretty much whatever he wanted inside the holosuite—except turn it off.

    Creative Couplings

  • “Looks like one of the students has hacked the holosuite and inserted a few pranks of his own.”

    Creative Couplings


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