A holographic image can appear to project out of the frame, depending on how it is designed and viewed. A hologram is a three-dimensional image created by the interference patterns of laser light. When a hologram is illuminated with coherent light, such as laser light, it can produce a three-dimensional image that appears to float in space.
The illusion of a holographic image projecting out of the frame is often achieved through a technique known as “holographic projection,” which uses a combination of holographic film and projection technology to create the effect. In this case, the holographic image is projected onto a transparent screen or other surface, which allows the image to appear as if it is floating in front of the screen.
However, it’s important to note that not all holograms are designed to project out of the frame. Some holograms are designed to be viewed within a specific frame or display area, and may not have the same projected effect as holographic projection. Ultimately, whether or not a holographic image appears to project out of the frame depends on the specific design and viewing conditions of the hologram.