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(Special Broadcasting Service)   Scientists claim that a breakthrough has moved their hologram technology from "Tupac" to "Princess Leia", vow to keep working until they've achieved "holodeck orgy"   ( sbs.com.au) divider line
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2013-06-20 03:22:27 PM  
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Mugato: baufan2005: Though I'm sure Barkley was banging a holodeck Troi as we all would.

I always thought it was farked up that there was no lock on the holodeck. Anyone could just walk into anyone's program while it was running.

"I'm getting counseled here, Goddammit! I'm balls deep in empath, I'll be there for my shift. Data, is that you? Exactly how much data do you have on Lt Yar?"

If you really wanted privacy, you can create a locked holographic door in behind the holodeck entrance.
2013-06-20 12:29:53 PM  
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Subby, if you're going to combine the Star Wars and Star Trek universes, not to mention a dash of CNN into the mix, fine, please digitally bathe the following and have them report to my holodeck orgy quarters:

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2013-06-20 08:57:52 AM  
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Tupac wasn't a hologram. It's 2D CG video that was displayed using the Pepper's Ghost illusion:

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