Introducing Looking Glass Go, a pocket-sized holographic display featured in the current Kickstarter campaign. Shaped like a smartphone, this foldable 6-inch model fits most pockets, offering portability without a built-in battery. An optional battery pack provides up to two hours of power for on-the-go use. Also, you can connect it to a laptop via USB-C.
Unlocking creative possibilities, Looking Glass Go transforms 2D media into immersive depth images via the Liteforms app. No need for special headsets; view holographic art, 3D models, and spatial images scanned with the Luma AI smartphone app. Moreover, organize your holographic content effortlessly with playlists.
Looking Glass Go is an AI-powered holographic companion driven by ChatGPT
Unlock the potential of ChatGPT by creating a personal AI companion for interactive communication. Initially supporting English and Japanese, more languages will be added over time. However, it’s essential to know that the device features a 3.5 mm audio jack but lacks a built-in speaker.
Professionals can leverage Looking Glass Go for 3D model inspections and holographic application creation (though larger Looking Glass models are more suitable for such tasks). The device is equipped with Unity, Unreal, Blender, and WebXR plug-ins and libraries and caters to various professional needs.
Now available on Kickstarter, Looking Glass Go is priced at $199, excluding optional accessories, shipping, and tax. The anticipated delivery is in the summer of 2024, but delays may occur.
Looking Glass is deeply committed to 3D content, offering a unique way to view 3D images without additional hardware—swipe your finger or cursor across web images. Crafted from steel, Glass, and ABS plastic, the device weighs 235g, is 0.76 inches (1.9cm) thick, and stands at 6.3 inches (16cm) tall and 3.2 inches (8cm) wide. Featuring forward, back, and pause buttons for slideshows, it also includes a 3.5mm audio jack on the side but no built-in speaker.