Looking Glass Go

A project in Brooklyn, NY by Looking Glass

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Your first portable holographic display for spatial memories.
Backers: 2365
Average Pledge Per Backer: $288

Funded: $680,941 of $50,000
Dates: Dec 5th -> Jan 16th (42 days)
Project By: Looking Glass
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Latest News

Happy Holo-Days!

December 22nd - via: kickstarter.com
Happy Holo-Days! (I know, I know. But it's a crime if I don't say this at least once this week) I wanted to send a quick note before the holidays hit with full force about what's happened over the past week.  We're actually running two simultaneous... (Read More)

Looking Glass Go is a pocket-sized holographic display for viewing 3D images without special glasses

December 7th - via: liliputing.com
The Looking Glass Go is a 6 inch, 1440 x 2560 pixel display connected to a stand with support for adjustable viewing angles. But it’s not just a standard digital photo frame, it’s a glasses-free 3D display that’s the most compact, affordable holographic display to date from Looking Glass. (Read More)

Living in spatial times

December 6th - via: kickstarter.com
Friends of the third dimension! First off - THANK YOU^3 Your support of our vision of the future means the world to us, and all of us in the Looking Glass team are so deeply thankful to be building that future with a community like you! I know a few... (Read More)

Looking Glass Go is a portable holographic display you can view 3D spatial photos on

December 6th - via: t3.com
Looking Glass has been making holographic displays for a while, but will introduce a new, portable and affordable model next summer. Called Looking Glass Go, the "world's first" pocketable holographic display is ideal for viewing 3D spatial photos on as you can rotate it (or move around it) to see subjects from different angles. (Read More)

The Looking Glass Go is a folding holographic display that fits in your pocket

December 5th - via: theverge.com
We’ve been following Looking Glass for years — it’s one of the few startups dedicated to building 3D displays where digital objects appear to live inside or leap off the screen. In 2020, it introduced a cheaper 7.9-inch desktop model at $349, and today, it’s introducing its most affordable and portable screen yet: the $300 Looking Glass Go. (Read More)

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