Holographs are a relatively new format in the digital signage and display world, but mostly, they’ve been relegated to a single-purpose, 3D screen-powered experience. Looking Glass Factory, a new startup, wants to make holographs into a fully-immersive experience with their 8K immersive display.
Tech Acute reports more on this new product:
At almost four times the scale of anything else on the market, the Looking Glass 8K Immersive Display stands in at 32-inches. This is substantially larger than all the predecessors of this type of device. It also has a sleek full glass body, making it look even sharper than displays with larger notches.
The display itself is a 60Hz, three-dimensional display with over a billion-count color gamut and 33.2 million pixels. This makes it the largest holographic display on the market with the highest framerate of any previous holographic display.
More features of the Looking Glass Factory 8K immersive display:
- aimed at enterprise market
- multiple users can control it
- VR or AR device-compatible
- plug-and-play functionality
- can be used for three-dimensional presentations such as in medical or architecture settings
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Potential drawback: price
The 50-degree cone of vision makes the screen appear fully holographic, but the company does not claim it is. Looking Glass Factory does claim that it is a great option for enterprise markets and that the field of vision will work in group-viewing scenarios.
Pre-orders for the device are available now. The price is estimated to cost over $6,000.
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