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On election night, Wolf Blitzer interviewed a reporter, Jessica Yellin, in a 3-D, holographic form. It was a little cheesy and, truth-be-told, it didn’t offer the viewer anything new. I wouldn’t dismiss holographic technology, however. As this article suggests, it could be in our homes by 2018 and, before that, it will likely find applications far more practical than Wolf Blitzer in the form of education, video gaming, medicine and entertainment.