Communicative Holograph

Holographs with communicative purposes are increasingly frequent

Implications - Once restricted to the imagination in pop culture, functional, communicative holographs are increasingly a reality in day-to-day or business-related interactions. This shift speaks to the consumer preference of experiential transactions – trickling down into even the most unlikely aspects of their lives in order to enhance the playful or functional aspects of the habits they partake in.
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