Microsoft claims that their HoloLens data glasses can produce holograms.
HoloLens lets you create holograms, objects made of light and sound that appear in the world around you, just as if they were real objects. [...] The holograms that HoloLens renders appear in the holographic frame directly in front of the user's eyes.
As seen in this video, it requires the use of augmented-reality goggles.
Merriam-Webster defines a hologram as
a three-dimensional image reproduced from a pattern of interference produced by a split coherent beam of radiation (such as a laser).
I suspect that Microsoft uses the term wrongly and the technology is simply a semi transparent screen in the glasses, or a laser projection into the eye, or some other "conventional" technology. Is that so?
Edit: In response to the close vote let me clarify that I'm asking about the specific, classic technology called holography which creates (true, classic) holograms. I'm not asking about other technologies which create projections of objects, even if they appear to be immersed in real spaces to an observer. I find this is as objective a question as it gets with near zero room for opinion (after we have solved the potential ambiguity of the word hologram).