Not just a toy, the Looking Glass is a holographic display that not only showcases visual content in 3D, but lets you interact with the content without the need for special glasses or headsets. This is made possible with a proprietary lenticular display that combines 45 angles of any given 3D model into one, enabling you to view the model’s front, sides, top, and bottom. Continue reading for a more in-depth video preview and information.
“Using an HDMI cable to transfer data and a USB-C cable for power, the Looking Glass supports OBJ, FBX, STL, and gLTF formats, while working with softwares like Maya, Zbrush, Blender, Tinkercad, and Solidworks to provide live viewing of 3D files. Currently, the Looking Glass is positioned to revolutionize any profession relying on CAD modeling, be it architecture, industrial design, or even game design. The display also offers the ability to connect to a Nintendo Switch joycon or a Leap Controller, allowing you to even interact with your models in a way that’s unprecedented,” reports Yanko Design.