Using the same consciousness-copying and downloading tech as seen in other “Black Mirror” episodes and discussed earlier in “Black Museum,” the conscious hologram is an actual copy of the person’s entire personality. The technology scans through the person’s brain to exactly duplicate them as a simulation. In “Black Museum,” the consciousness is then simulated in a physical space as a hologram. The hologram is still able to feel pain through the simulation, however, and full copies of the consciousness can be placed in other storage devices, just like the talking monkey doll.
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