Looking Glass introduces new spatial display models

Looking Glass has launched its 26-in and 32-in spatial displays that enable ‘holograms’ without headsets.

The displays are designed to turn 2D photos into 3D, with larger formats to cater for XR developers and professionals in design, engineering, education, research, and healthcare.

The new displays offer 3D for multiple viewers, with support for ‘holographic’ images, videos, and real-time applications in 3D.

Peripheral support for sensors is included, enabling touchless gesture control for immersive experiences.

Plugins for Unity, Unreal, Blender, and WebXR engines are included, as well as a 3D model importer and an SDK for developing custom 3D/’holographic’ content.

Each display comes in landscape or portrait orientation to accommodate different content formats and applications, with standard VESA mounting options or a desktop stand to fit installation needs.

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