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 What is the difference between a hologram and a photograph?

Answer holograms are visual portraits that is projected by light. Pictures are also visual portraits, but is captured by light
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What is the difference between a map and a photograph?

A map shows you the labeled routes and major features while ignoring all the details. A picture shows you what you would see if you were looking at it.At the same time,Sometimes the dimensions of m... Read More »
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Why Is a Hologram Not a 3D Photograph?

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