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12th Oct '17 10:42:13 PM Abodos
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** The map stations in ''Metroid Prime 2'', on the other hand, are a straight example, touch control and everything.

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** The map stations in ''Metroid Prime 2'', ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime2Echoes'' and ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime3Corruption'', on the other hand, are a straight example, touch control and everything.
9th Oct '17 12:17:58 AM PaulA
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* In Creator/LarryNiven's ''Literature/KnownSpace'' novels, from "Ringworld Throne" onward, all computer terminals are one of these.

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* In Creator/LarryNiven's ''Literature/KnownSpace'' novels, from "Ringworld Throne" ''Literature/TheRingworldThrone'' onward, all computer terminals are one of these.
29th Jun '17 2:17:53 PM Sark0TAG
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* ''VideoGame/{{Myst}}'' features this with the various holographic imagers in the series, sometimes mixed with HugeHolographicHead. Most of them are just read-only projectors with the image suspended inches from the source; but ''UruAgesBeyondMyst'' plays it straighter, especially with your KI, a disc the size of your hand that can project a full interactive screen in midair.
25th Jun '17 7:52:16 PM ahopefulcynic
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* In ''Webcomics/{{Skyvein}}'', the most notable features of Cope's office are the many holoscreens.
12th Apr '17 12:10:16 AM Chabal2
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* Used near-ubiquitously by the Imperium in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' for managing both naval and on-surface operations. They seem to require some sort of "wands" to manipulate objects within them, although there seem to be either touchscreens or keyboards to back them up. Given how [[LostTechnology run-down]] all things Imperial are, they're not exactly of the best quality and require PercussiveMaintenance from time to time.

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* Used near-ubiquitously by the Imperium in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' for managing both naval and on-surface operations. They seem to require some sort of "wands" to manipulate objects within them, although there seem to be either touchscreens or keyboards to back them up. Given how [[LostTechnology run-down]] all things Imperial are, they're not exactly of the best quality and require PercussiveMaintenance from time to time. The Tu's by contrast, don't require anything of the sort, and cause considerable discomfort for AdMech officials (who view technology as a religion) who don't see how it can work without exposed wiring and angular surfaces everywhere.
11th Apr '17 5:17:37 PM Discar
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* [=FitzSimmons=]'s holotable on the Bus in early seasons of ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' (including one funny scene where Coulson and Ward are looking at something on it, and have no idea how to do all the cool "moving holograms around" stuff Jemma and Leo do, or even how to close a window once they've finished with it).

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* ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'':
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[=FitzSimmons=]'s holotable on the Bus in early seasons of ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' (including seasons. There is one funny scene where [[HopelessWithTech Coulson and Ward Ward]] are looking at something on it, and have no idea how to do all the cool "moving holograms around" stuff Jemma and Leo do, or even how to close a window once they've finished with it).it.
** When [[ComicBook/{{Thor}} Lady Sif]] comes to Earth, Coulson expects her to have trouble with it, but she quickly proves more adept at the interface than Coulson himself. As she's one of the most adventurous Asgardians, she's spent a lot of time in tech civilizations. She even calls it more primitive than what she's used to.
31st Mar '17 3:17:01 PM nombretomado
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* ''OrionsArm'' has "Ghost interfaces" but by the 107th century [[AlternateCalendar AT]] they're very retro. Having long been replaced by Direct Neural Interfaces and "Wraith" screens that use [[NanoMachines Utility Fog]] to effectively act as HardLight.

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* ''OrionsArm'' ''WebOriginal/OrionsArm'' has "Ghost interfaces" but by the 107th century [[AlternateCalendar AT]] they're very retro. Having long been replaced by Direct Neural Interfaces and "Wraith" screens that use [[NanoMachines Utility Fog]] to effectively act as HardLight.
5th Mar '17 12:20:37 PM DaibhidC
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* [=FitzSimmons=]'s holotable on the Bus in early seasons of ''Series/MarvelsAgentsOfSHIELD'' (including one funny scene where Coulson and Ward are looking at something on it, and have no idea how to do all the cool "moving holograms around" stuff Jemma and Leo do, or even how to close a window once they've finished with it).

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* [=FitzSimmons=]'s holotable on the Bus in early seasons of ''Series/MarvelsAgentsOfSHIELD'' ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' (including one funny scene where Coulson and Ward are looking at something on it, and have no idea how to do all the cool "moving holograms around" stuff Jemma and Leo do, or even how to close a window once they've finished with it).
5th Mar '17 12:20:18 PM DaibhidC
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* [=FitzSimmons=]'s holotable on the Bus in early seasons of ''Series/MarvelsAgentsOfSHIELD'' (including one funny scene where Coulson and Ward are looking at something on it, and have no idea how to do all the cool "moving holograms around" stuff Jemma and Leo do, or even how to close a window once they've finished with it).
5th Mar '17 12:14:35 PM DaibhidC
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* As in ''Eclipse Phase'', ''TabletopGame/TranshumanSpace'' creates this effect via ubiquitous AR via Virtual Interface Implants.
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