This Walmart exclusive Holographic Qui-Gon Jinn from the year 2000 was released in a special packaging together with a light-up base during the Episode 1 collection. Qui-Gon Jinn was never seen as a holograph in The Phantom Menace.
Holographic Qui-Gon Jinn, just like Holographic Darth Maul, has no movable parts and is one block of plastic. The figure came packed-in together with a light-up base, which when turned on, shines a light at the figure from the bottom, giving it a "light-up" effect.
The translucent color on Qui-Gon Jinn is more blue than purple, and looks overall pretty good. The figure is also sculpted very nicely, with Qui-Gon Jinn holding his belt with one hand, and a lightsaber hilt with the other. All in all, the figure turned out well, and is currently your only option if you are looking to add a holographic version of Qui-Gon to your collection.
In the days of the old Republic, a direct communications system was introduced to give those in power a way to quickly relay vital information to where it was needed. As part of a comm-unit communication, this 3-D, visual system uses advanced holoprojectors which enable the user to transmit and receive messages within seconds.