The 3D holographic print at the center of this table shares a captured memory, just like a photograph that would be hanging on your wall. Although created using digital laser printing techniques, the print requires an analog input in order to be viewed; which in this case is light. Reminiscent of a sparkling (Swarovski) crystal, it only comes to life when illuminated directly. Think it doesn't look that cool in pictures? You're right, its 3D magicness can only be seen in person, and is best appreciated by moving around the table. The artist, Marcus Tremonto, used holographic 3D prints from Zebra Imaging, you can buy them too!
Marcus Tremonto's piece questions what lies between the 0s and 1s of binary code and whether anything is truly digital. Here is a behind the scenes interview with the artist himself: