From a technical standpoint, a hologram is a methodology that captures light emissions from an object and subsequently displays them in a three-dimensional manner. Nevertheless, our emphasis resides on the “holographic effect,” denoting the optical deception of a stationary image or video content seemingly suspended in mid air.

Holograms are alternatively referred to as the “Pepper’s Ghost illusion,” a technique dating back to the 18th century that was employed to fabricate translucent ghostly visuals in venues like theaters.