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Comic #2443

1 {scene: Mars. Martian 2 is reporting back via a holographic display, from Earth}
1 Martian 2: Bad news. Saucer 3 has crashed.
2 Martian 1: You must recover it! We can't let Martian technology fall into Earthling hands! At any cost!
3 Martian 2: Right. I'll recover the saucer and the pilot.
4 Martian 1: Pilot?

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Where are our holographic displays? That's another thing we were promised in the 21st cetury. Three-dimensional displays.

Sure, there are a few clumsy prototypes floating around, but we still don't have something actually useful and in mainstream production.

I'd almost rather have holographic displays than flying cars.

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