Trope-a-Day: Holographic Terminal

Holographic Terminal: Or Trigraphic Terminal, rather. As mentioned immediately above, used just about everywhere for their dynamically-reconfigurableness.  They were less ubiquitous in the old days, when the need to wear a pair of haptic gloves with accelerometers, gyroscopes, and force-feedback made them at least a little inconvenient, but in these modern days first of haptic node implants and now of compatible locicyte networks grown right into people’s fingertips, they’re absolutely everywhere.