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16th Nov '17 2:57:17 AM CaptainTedium
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'' episode "Hit the Road, Jack", Romana Parmesana uses a hologram projector to disguise herself as a human, when the other Plutarkian villains relied in [[LatexPerfection masks]].

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'' episode "Hit the Road, Jack", Romana Parmesana uses a hologram projector to disguise herself as a human, when the other Plutarkian villains relied in on [[LatexPerfection masks]].
15th Nov '17 1:07:25 PM CaptainTedium
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'' episode "Hit the Road, Jack", Romana Parmesana uses a hologram projector to disguise herself as a human, when the other Plutarkian villains relied in [[LatexPerfection masks]].
24th Oct '17 12:56:04 PM ChronoLegion
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* In episode 6 of ''Series/TheOrville'', Captain Mercer and Lt. Malloy use holographic technology to disguise themselves as Krill in order to infiltrate a Krill warship. The devices are provided to them by Isaac, a member of the technologically-advanced robotic Kaylon race.

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* In episode 6 of ''Series/TheOrville'', Captain Mercer and Lt. Malloy use holographic technology to disguise themselves as Krill in order to infiltrate a Krill warship. The devices are provided to them by Isaac, a member of the technologically-advanced robotic Kaylon race. The holograms appear to be more than just visual, as when Mercer and Malloy get stuck in a doorway, you can hear the sound of two leather outfits rubbing against one another, implying either some kind of HardLight or an auditory simulator.
24th Oct '17 12:54:23 PM ChronoLegion
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* In episode 6 of ''Series/TheOrville'', Captain Mercer and Lt. Malloy use holographic technology to disguise themselves as Krill in order to infiltrate a Krill warship.

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* In episode 6 of ''Series/TheOrville'', Captain Mercer and Lt. Malloy use holographic technology to disguise themselves as Krill in order to infiltrate a Krill warship. The devices are provided to them by Isaac, a member of the technologically-advanced robotic Kaylon race.
24th Oct '17 12:50:24 PM ChronoLegion
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** The ''Incursion'' makes a cameo in ''[[VideoGame/StarTrekArmada Star Trek: Armada 2]]''.
23rd Oct '17 4:20:23 PM Ohio9
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* In episode 6 of ''Series/TheOrville'', Captain Mercer and Lt. Grimes use holographic technology to disguise themselves as Krill in order to infiltrate a Krill warship.

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* In episode 6 of ''Series/TheOrville'', Captain Mercer and Lt. Grimes Malloy use holographic technology to disguise themselves as Krill in order to infiltrate a Krill warship.
23rd Oct '17 6:14:49 AM Ohio9
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* In episode 6 of ''Series/TheOrville'', Captain Mercer and Lt. Grimes use holographic technology to disguise themselves as Krill in order to infiltrate a Krill warship.
3rd Oct '17 4:45:44 AM Kinrah
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* Mofang technology in VideoGame/{{Obduction}} is capable of this along with general holographic projections. [[GlamourFailure As it turns out, though,]] [[spoiler:the projection still retains an all-over red shimmer, and this is even before the disguise-ee has a chance to fail at mimicking voice patterns.]]
5th Aug '17 12:46:31 AM WillyFourEyes
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* In ''ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures'' there's the A.I. called Two, who himself is a ProjectedMan. Being able to choose his own appearance, he has at more than one occasion done impersonations in order to deceive others. One of those times he pretended to be his own artificial holographic twin.

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* In ''ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures'' there's the A.I. called Two, who himself is a ProjectedMan. Being able to choose his own appearance, he has at on more than one occasion done impersonations in order to deceive others. One of those times he pretended to be his own artificial holographic twin.



* ''Film/TotalRecall2012'' has one used to disguise a persons head, shame about the reliability.

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* ''Film/TotalRecall2012'' has one used to disguise a persons head, shame person's head. Shame about the reliability.
3rd Jan '17 10:22:05 AM kyojikasshu
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* Technically this is actually Mirage's full special ability in ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'', though in practice he almost invariably ends up using it to camouflage himself into {{invisibility}}.

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* Technically this is actually Mirage's full special ability in ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'', though in practice he almost invariably ends up using it to camouflage himself into {{invisibility}}. He did use the disguise ability at least once, in conjunction with Windcharger's MagnetismManipulation, to allow several non-combining Autobots to impersonate [[CombiningMecha Menasor]]. It [[CurbStompBattle didn't hold up for long]] against the real deal, but it did confuse [[BigBad Megatron]] long enough for his new superweapon to blow up in his face.
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