The Looking Glass Portrait is the worlds first personal holographic display, ideal for anyone who wants to view, create, and experience true-to-life, 3D holographic images, video and applications right on their desktop.
Those who want to get their hands on the Looking Glass Portrait display can go to the Looking Glass Kickstarter.
The Looking Glass Portrait is our latest display, featuring several new improvements such as:
- an embedded Raspberry Pi 4 for standalone holographic video and image playback (Standalone mode)
- real-time app support when connected to an external laptop or desktop computer (Desktop mode)
- holographic imagery that isn't contained in a cube, floating in mid air in front of the display
- a new lightweight form factor (1.5 lbs)
Full user and setup guides coming soon!
To communicate with the Looking Glass Portrait, any computer that connects to the device will need to have HoloPlay Service installed. Learn more here.
HoloPlay Studio is a new tool that is central to viewing and managing content on your Looking Glass Portrait. Using this app, you can import, view, and edit a variety of 3D images and video formats, and load them to be played on the Looking Glass Portrait when in standalone mode. This includes support for:
- importing hologram data from a variety of sources (iPhone Portrait mode photos, light field photosets, RGBD videos, etc)
- editing and framing your holographic content
- syncing to the device
- exporting and sharing holograms with others
More information about HoloPlay Studio can be found here.
In addition to HoloPlay Studio, our other 3D viewers and developer tools support the Looking Glass Portrait. Real-time apps created in tools like Unity and Unreal will require the Looking Glass Portrait to be run in Desktop mode. However, our plugins for these tools are being updated to support quilt video export that can be loaded onto the system for playback in Standalone mode via HoloPlay Studio.