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A '''hololab''' is a term for a small laboratory equipped with a [[holographic matrix]], enabling its user to create simulations and run other scientific and engineering tests. Generally speaking, a hololab is smaller than a [[holodeck]], allowing them to be set up on smaller vessels. The {{USS|da Vinci}} had one hololab, which was reserved for official use only. ({{eb|SCE|Here There Be Monsters}}) However, this restriction did not prevent some crew members from using it recreationally. ({{eb|CoE|Remembrance of Things Past, Book I}})
 
A '''hololab''' is a term for a small laboratory equipped with a [[holographic matrix]], enabling its user to create simulations and run other scientific and engineering tests. Generally speaking, a hololab is smaller than a [[holodeck]], allowing them to be set up on smaller vessels. The {{USS|da Vinci}} had one hololab, which was reserved for official use only. ({{eb|SCE|Here There Be Monsters}}) However, this restriction did not prevent some crew members from using it recreationally. ({{eb|CoE|Remembrance of Things Past, Book I}})
 
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A hololab is a term for a small laboratory equipped with a holographic matrix, enabling its user to create simulations and run other scientific and engineering tests. Generally speaking, a hololab is smaller than a holodeck, allowing them to be set up on smaller vessels. The USS da Vinci had one hololab, which was reserved for official use only. (SCE eBook: Here There Be Monsters) However, this restriction did not prevent some crew members from using it recreationally. (CoE eBook: Remembrance of Things Past, Book I)

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