HoloPlay Studio is the hologram companion app for your Looking Glass Portrait. With it, you can import holograms from a variety of sources, make minor edits to any hologram you create, and sync to your Looking Glass Portrait for Standalone Mode.
As we closed in on launch, we discovered a handful of unexpected stability and compatibility issues with our software. To maximize the number of people who would be able to meaningfully interact with their Looking Glass Portraits, we decided to shift focus towards resolving these issues. This took our attention away from UI / UX cleanup and some final features.
While we're still immensely proud of the work (I mean, it makes HOLOGRAMS out of iPhone photos!), there are still many unaddressed quirks. Instead of delaying shipment on hardware, we have decided to release HoloPlay Studio as a public beta while we work through these final bugs.
Support for the following computers: Windows 10 and MacOS Catalina or newer that have USB-C and HDMI ports. We recommend running HoloPlay Studio on computers with a dedicated graphics cards. Computers that only have integrated graphics will provide a lower quality experience.
Some UI / UX bugs & quirks, especially around syncing holograms onto the Looking Glass Portrait
A delay in support for
Android devices (though limited & experimental support is available now)
Light Field Photo Rail (though we will provide some workarounds until HoloPlay Studio supports this directly)
Rolling Automatic Application updates (unless you opt out in preferences), with change logs posted in our Discord channel.
If you discover an issue, please check here to see if it has already been reported. If you have, you can upvote that issue to get a notification for when it resolves. If not, please add a new item, clearly describing the issue so that it's on our radar.
Windows 10 and MacOS Catalina or newer that have USB-C and HDMI ports. We recommend running HoloPlay Studio on computers with a dedicated graphics cards. Computers that only have integrated graphics will provide a lower quality experience.
In order for HoloPlay Studio to run, your computer must have HoloPlay Service installed.
Once downloaded and installed, make sure your Looking Glass Portrait is connected and in desktop mode before opening and using HoloPlay Studio.