Most existing holographic display methods concentrate on real object reconstruction, but there is a lack of research on object stories (revealing and presenting histories). To address this challenge, we propose a method, called 4 ‘ER’ (leader, manager, implementer, presenter) to experience and respond objects in a special immersive environment. The key innovation of the 4’ER’ method is to introduce the stories (political, historical, etc.) into hard copy holography, so as to synergy art and science for museum objects display. The hologram of an imitation of a blue and white porcelain jar from The Palace Museum, Beijing, China has been made, showing good performance and reflecting different pathway to knowledge.