There is an apple. I turn that apple into a hologram. What am I doing?
I hologrammed the apple? I holographed it? (Auto-correct says no.)
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Holography is the process of producing holograms.
Perhaps then, by analogy with photography, where we photograph something, then you could say that you "holographed" something to turn it into a hologram.
And, guess what, it's actually in the dictionary: http://www.dictionary.com/browse/holographed
The lesson? Auto-correct is not the ultimate authority on language. This site is! (Just joking).