Can you imagine yourself as a tapestry, or as a sphere that doesn’t need to spin to show infinite views?
Figures don’t lie, but liars can figure.
Our hologram is a collection of objects, witnesses of impossible facts, such as the meteorite that extinguished the dinosaurs, a man who ate himself, an analog listening device, a palm tree on the snow.
An absolute or perfectly realized holography would abolish the distinction between representation and reality, between the subjective thinking or knowing of things and their objective being. Holography presents a mental image of its subject.
Seeing around is part of seeing it.
Every point on the object is registered at once on every point of the plate, and the imaginary quality of the three dimensional space is represented as a personal focal point existing OUTSIDE of the observer.
I imagine the puzzle as a tapestry, or a puzzle contained on a sphere, or the objects rendered separately, about to come together.