Volumetric Display Hologram
A Volumatric Display Hologram (often shortened to 'Hologram' or 'VDH') is a projected automultiscopic image of light that is touchable created by tachyons which are displayed in voxels. They're often used in computer programs and displays, such as stellar and galactic arrays
VDHs can either be projected from a localised projector, in which case they are static above the projector, a centralised projector, in which case they are projectable in a variety of locations or a quasi-localised projector, in which case they are able to be moved about in the rough location of the projector.
Some computer systems come with a personality display, which sometimes includes a VDH projection similar to that of a sapient species. Some species find this creepy, which has lead to this not becoming a widespread use of VDH technology.
Used in computer systems, most commonly stellar and galactic arrays
- Fratuk Klausit,
- Access & Availability
- Widely available, but uncommonly used in general purpose computers and compads due to requiring a high amount of bandwidth.
- About as complex as superluminals as it uses similar technology