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Holographic projection differs from that of film or video in that the image is reconstructed through microscopic holes in a transparent film by the concentrated light of a laserbeam.
The image thrown in space is a mask of light which retains the exact scale from the original model.  Unlike a film or video projection which is limited to only one flat focal plane, the entire three dimensional length of this image, from ears to fingertips, is in focus and can be manipulated on a screen, most notably when the film is moved, bent and warped.
I was holding onto the film when this was recorded, thus in the playback i am holding out the "window" through which you see me: HELLO !

holographic laser projection