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|Description||An early hologram|
The 2D hologram is an artifact that was created to project two dimensional images without the need for a flat surface to project the images onto. It has since gone out of fashion due to the invention of a third dimension. Despite this, collectors still value them quite a bit. It is known to project color nicely and can be used to showcase a nice point-by-point presentation about why the monster in front of you should run away from you instead of attacking you.
The 2D hologram was invented by an unknown scientist during what would later be called the Flat Era. According to the legends passed down throughout history, it was created by using a drop of an unknown blue liquid. The invention is said to be the first to be able to project images in two dimensions without having to cast them on flat surfaces. It was used for decades before Godville entered the 3D Era. Given this invention was created around the same time as the 2D glasses were invented, there has been a lot of scholarly debate as to whether or not the two were, in fact, invented by the same person.