Back in 2018 when we launched the world's first holographic display, most people didn't believe this sort of technology was possible. But a small group of fanatic hologram hackers did believe, and we were able to ship them thousands of our first generation holographic dev kits. To us, holographic displays weren't just a dream from sci-fi movies — they were something real that we used every day.
And yet, we've always wanted a way for everyone to have their own holographic display. Say hello to Looking Glass Portrait.
You don't need to know how to program to use this holographic display. Looking Glass Portrait is designed for the millions of people that work or play in 3D in any way: Artists, Designers, Developers, Filmmakers, Photographers, and those of you who are just starting to explore three-dimensional capture and creation. Even phones can now capture holograms.
Weight 660g / 1.5lb
Materials ABS / PC / Proprietary lens mix / Glass
Viewing cone 58 degrees
No. of views 45 to 100
Input resolution 1536px x 2048px
Aspect ratio 4:3:2 (Height, Length, Approximate Depth)
7.9" / 20cm (diagonal) display Advanced high precision lens and microlouvre array Controllable edge lighting Integrated Raspberry Pi 4 for standalone functionality
Buttons and Connectors
Advance / Back buttons Play / Loop buttons 3.5mmm AUX audio jack HDMI port USB-C port
Minimum Requirements for Desktop Mode
HoloPlay Studio works with PC and Mac.
To import, edit, process and convert depth photos, videos, and other holographic media, almost all PCs and Macs with HDMI and USB-C will work.
To run and create heavier-duty interactive applications with Unity or Unreal, we recommend a PC with a GTX 1650 or equivalent, CPU with Intel i5 or higher, and at least 8GB of RAM.
Minimum Requirements for playback in Standalone Mode