The question you cite deals with much of this question. I am not sure of the hologram angle makes this a non-duplicate.
The bottom line is that we see aspects of God everyday in all of his creations. These are not God, himself, but a projection of God into a form that we can appreciate. The higher one's spiritual level, the less mediation one might need to appreciate God. Moses asked to see God's glory -- an unmediated expression of God's identity. This is not about physical form, but about an interaction with the full force of God. God simply said "Dude, you are pretty much up there, but you can't handle it. I'll water down less than I would for some other guy." Instead of seeing sunlight, Mo was allowed to stare into the sun. I can't do that and he could. But staring at the sun still isn't looking at God.
The text, often, in an attempt to use language with which I can connect uses a human construct so that my finite brain can wrap itself around some small percentage of the infinite. Dibra hakatuv kilashon ben adam. God does not have a "right hand" or a "finger." But we envision God in a certain way through the language.