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meeting holograms of interesting people

meet hologram of movie stars, thinkers, etc
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meet hologram of interesting people whenever you want
Seneca, Jun 17 2014


       how do it work?
xandram, Jun 17 2014

Earl Grey.

       The set of interesting people and people interesting to look at are not completely overlapping. Also I worry that meeting a hologram would be a fairly one sided experience.   

       Obi-wan Kenobi, you're our only hope.
bungston, Jun 17 2014

       "Arch ! Freeze programme and save"
8th of 7, Jun 17 2014

       "These are not the 'rhoids you are looking for"
FlyingToaster, Jun 17 2014

       If a hologram signs an autograph book, is it collectable?
popbottle, Jun 18 2014

       Plenty of people collect holograms that do nothing.
pocmloc, Jun 18 2014

       A hologram of the Pope. That would be cool. But as [xandram] pointed out, ever so subtly, how do it work? Magic?
blissmiss, Jun 18 2014

       I thought holograms worked by lasers?
pocmloc, Jun 18 2014

       //A hologram of the Pope// sp Holyogram
Ling, Jun 18 2014

       // That would be cool. //   

       ... unless you're an eight year old altar boy, in which case any catholic clergy are very worrying.
8th of 7, Jun 18 2014

       A bunch of clowns in here. That's what's wrong with this place, a bunch of clowns have taken over.   

       I was just trying to think of someone famous. Pope came to mind. Holygram, molestation,...bah humbugger. Ha!
blissmiss, Jun 18 2014

       Pope with lasers!
pocmloc, Jun 18 2014


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