Do Holographic Screens eliminate holographic dualities?

In summary, holographic screens are display devices that use holographic technology to project three-dimensional images and videos without the need for special glasses. They work by projecting light onto mirrors to create a floating image that can be viewed from different angles. Holographic dualities are a concept in physics that suggest a higher-dimensional space can be described by a lower-dimensional theory. It is not yet known if holographic screens can eliminate holographic dualities, but they have a range of potential applications in entertainment, education, and other industries.
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Do Holographic Screens eliminate the need of finding holographic dualities?
Do Holographic Screens eliminate the need of finding holographic dualities?

There are various models in physics based on the famous holographic principle (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holographic_principle)

This does not always work since in these models we must find a correlation between two theories, one in nn Dimensions and the other one in n−1n−1 Dimensions, and such correlation does not always exist.

However, there is an "alternative" in holographic models, called "holographic screens" (https://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9906022) which eliminates the need of having a boundary in these models. This makes me think that we can represent any theory or model in nn Dimensions without the necessity of finding a correlation to a n−1n−1 Dimensional theory or model, but I would like to confirm it.

So, in summary, can we use Holographic Screens to make a "1 to 1" representation of a theory or model? I mean, can we use Holographic Screens to represent the same theory or model without changing nothing of it (without changing it dimensions or any of its properties)?
 
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Thank you for your question. I can tell you that holographic screens do not necessarily eliminate the need for finding holographic dualities. While they may provide an alternative approach to representing theories or models in different dimensions, they do not guarantee a "1 to 1" representation without any changes.

The holographic principle is a powerful tool in understanding the relationship between different dimensions and the information contained within them. However, as you mentioned, there are limitations to this principle and it does not always work in all cases. In some cases, a holographic duality may still be needed to fully understand and represent a theory or model.

Additionally, the use of holographic screens does not necessarily mean that the underlying theory or model remains unchanged. The very act of representing it in a different dimension may alter some of its properties. Therefore, it is important to carefully consider and analyze the implications of using holographic screens in any study or research.

In conclusion, while holographic screens may provide a useful alternative in some cases, they do not eliminate the need for finding holographic dualities entirely. As scientists, it is important for us to continue exploring and understanding the complexities of different dimensions and their relationships, rather than relying solely on one approach.
 

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