I was watching this the other night, though I didn't get to finish it, and something got me to wondering: what exactly was the point of B.Lo reverse engineering a 3D computer monitor when we actually see him already using a device that does the exact same thing during his reverse engineering? Am I mistaken or doesn't he use a computer with a 3D holographic display while he's trying to figure out how to make one? Why would he even bother buying one from his client's sompetition if he's already got one which, like his "improved" finished product "doesn't need a screen, back at the shop?
Also, what exactly is the point of erasing his memory of his having reverse engineered the competitors' products anyway? If he did it the first time what's to stop him from doing it again for someone else, thus negating the usefulness of having erased his memory in the first place?!!
Is this something that's seen in the original story as written by Philip K. [uhh...Member]? Or was this something the filmmakers screwed up?