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2014: Michael Jackson
Dressed in Dangerous-era military garb, the late King of Pop ''debuted'' the lost track ''Slave to the Rhythm'' at the Billboard Music Awards. It was the latest example of the holography concept invented by Hungarian electrical engineer and physicist Dennis Gabor in 1947. He eventually received Nobel Prize in Physics for the groundbreaking concept in 1971; two years after that, we saw...
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1973: Dalí's Alice Cooper
Salvador Dalí displays oddball 3-D works like Alice Cooper's Brain.
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1976: Logan's Run
Holographic Michael York finds ''no sanctuary'' in this dystopian classic.
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1977: Star Wars
Holo-Leia famously pleads, ''Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi!''
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Starlight Music owner Jerrica Benton relies on the technology to assume the identity of the show's eponymous rock-goddess alter ego.
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1987: Star Trek: The Next Generation
The holodeck keeps the crew happy. But beware of ''holodiction''!
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1989: Back to the Future Part II
In Marty McFly's future, Jaws 19 movie marquees have serious bite.
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2001: Halo: Combat Evolved
Halo debuts ''holotanks,'' roving hologram machines within the game.
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2004: Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
So the World of Tomorrow includes a resurrected Laurence Olivier?
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2012: Tupac Shakur (Sorta)
Tupac lives! In hologram form, at least, rapping at Coachella.
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2014: Silicon Valley
Gavin tries (and fails) to use the TeleHuman. Can you hear me now?