Star Trek: Below Decks Solve a long standing problem Voyager plot line. Hologram rights became a central issue in later seasons of Voyager, thanks to the Emergency Medical Hologram (EMH) who gained consciousness over the course of the show. He lobbied for the rights to the hologram and to the first issue of IDW’s new publisher Star Trek: Below Decks Comic, fans see his efforts have paid off.
the Star Trek: The Next Generation The pilot gave viewers their first look at the Holodeck, which can accurately recreate almost any environment a user can imagine. The Holodeck concept was taken a step further when Star Trek: Voyager It premiered in 1995 with the introduction of EMH, sometimes referred to as “The Doctor”. Initially designed to assist the regular medical staff in emergencies, the EMH found himself the ship’s resident physician when the chief medical officer was killed. on a period Voyager Seven seasons, EMH has grown as a character, evolving from a mere hologram to a well-rounded character – and this arc has made him one of the Voyager The most famous personalities. As his EMH consciousness developed, he became interested in the civil rights of his fellow holograms, arguing that they also had the right to live. This plot line was introduced later during the show’s run, and there has been no real follow-up in any live-action Star Trek View – but now lower floors He asserted that EMH’s lobbying may have worked.
Voyager The holographic doctor was an activist
Star Trek: Lower Decks #1 Written by Ryan North and illustrated by Chris Fenoglio. The case begins with the ship’s crew Cerritos Enjoy some much-needed rest and relaxation as you head out on a second communication assignment. Ensign Buimler is on the stage of the holodeck, making its way through the holonovel Dixon Hill. Mariner and Tindy join him, but Mariner quickly becomes bored and decides to change things up, cycling through various shows and scenarios, before arriving in Victorian London. Mariner takes it a step further, creating a holographic version of Dracula that then explodes. Later, Mariner discusses the situation with Commander Ransom, who tells her that she cannot deactivate Dracula because he “A very real violation of his simulated bodily autonomy. Mariner then asks how long this took, and Ransom tells her about the EMH from Voyager He was lobbying for holographic rights — and he’sA very convincing speaker. “
The cause of 3D rights has become near and dear to EMH — so much so that he wrote a play about it, and here fans see his efforts have paid off in a sense. While the union has not yet implemented a precise policy on holographic rights, the fact that they are even hearing the case is testament to EMH’s belief in its cause. Commander Ransom also reveals that Starfleet has developed protocols for testing holographic sense, proving that this problem isn’t going away anytime soon.
The 3D rights have yet to be resolved
Present Star Trek offers, such as Discovery And Picard They showed that anthropomorphic people, like EMH, are still in use – but they didn’t mention their rights as sentient beings. Didn’t the union decide after this issue? Rumors spread at the beginning Picard That Starfleet has implemented safety measures to prevent the holograms from gaining sense, but this has not been confirmed on screen. while Star Trek: lower floors He revealed it Voyager EMH’s lobbying efforts are paying off, and the matter is still far from resolved.
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