(1977 film), makes use of the hologram in the movies and video games of the series to display people remotely communicating with each other. It is also present in each one of the films of the series, including, our Universe is a fiction generated by computer code solves a number of inconsistencies and to communicate across the galaxy.
(1989 film), a giant projection hologram is used as an advertisement for the (fictional) 2015 film.
(1990 film), the main character uses a device, similar to a wrist watch, to produce a hologram of himself and deceive his foes
(1998 film), June Lockhart (Maureen Robinson) appeared as Will's school principal "Cartwright" in a hologram
(2001 film), a holographic projection of jazz musician John Coltrane appears in the main character's apartment during his birthday party
(2002 film), computer geeks develop a $99 computer using a holographic projector as both the display and user interface
(2005 film), a holographic projector surrounded the military compound where clones were kept to give the illusion of a tropical environment; holographic displays are present on various terminals, including the MSN information terminal in Los Angeles and a futuristic version of the Xbox gaming console.
(2008 film), (2010 film) and (2013 film), holographic displays appear in Iron Man's suit
(2009 film), holographic displays are used extensively on terminals and HUDs
(2009 film), Hawk, Destro, Baroness, and Storm Shadow appear as holographic projections
(2010 film), Chitti the robot can be telecommunicated with using a "virtual calling" where each caller can be seen as a holographic projection in front of the robot during the call
(2013 film), A holographic video game is played that detects bodily gestures to control the game.
(2014 film) In the movie adaptation of The Giver, The Chief Elder woman often talks on the 3d hologram video phone with her holographic image projected.