Find a list of all the holograms that come pre-loaded on your Looking Glass Portrait. These are available to download as individual media files for our Looking Glass.
It’s all in the details with light field photos. See how Nikki’s eye changes behind the 3D magnifying glass!
We think Missy’s lip gloss is poppin’, especially as a three-dimensional light field!
Albert intensely ponders the meaning of light in this deeply reflective hologram.
When he’s not shredding them, Shawn uses rails to make light fields, and you can too!
This 3D frog will jump out of your Looking Glass, but not onto your desk. We promise.
We asked this frog if it was ready for its close-up, and it simply said “Toadally!”
This 3D iPhone photo shows Biggie the Cat having a nap on the ocean floor. Edited in Diorama.
Graze through this dreamy 3D meadow with butterflies, sheep, and chicken. Made by Drew Medina in Unity.
Famous V-Tuber Kizuna AI welcomes you to Hologram Land.
Orange you glad you can view a bunch of 3D fruits in this ZBrush still life by Jay Howse? You know what they say about a hologram a day...
Astroboy looks up at you in this light field photo shot by Shawn.
Take a closer look at the layers of this circuit board in this light field photo made with a DSLR.
Being able to view maps in 3D gives you a new kind of bird’s eye perspective. Check out this Blender rendering by Sean Conway.
As Milan Pollé has said, a holographic Cornell Box just had to happen.
Another incredibly reflective rendering by Milan Pollé!
Watch this astronaut take giant leaps around a 3D space station in this app made with the HoloPlay Unity Plugin.
Everything great about color, light, and betta fish rolled into one. Made with Unity by our friend Keijiro Takahashi.
Unlock your playful side with an interactive Unity app built by Oliver Garcia-Borg, and inspired by the work of Eliza S-J. Interaction requires a leap motion controller.
Always with one eye on the future. Light field capture of Shawn Frayne with Magnifying Glass captured with a 4K Sony ZV-1 Camera.
Honestly, what’s more fun than a holographic bunny? Made by Blender artist Mar.
As lifelike as it seems, we promise no actual wasps will fly out of your display. We’ve fixed that bug. Light field photo by Giovanni Remigi.
Wasps are pretty fly when you can see them up close. See what we mean in this zoomed-in view of a hologram by Giovanni Remigi.
The one and only, ethereal as always. iPhone Portrait mode photo captured with an iPhone X.
New kid in town? No worries, volumetric Missy is here to be your first 3D friend. Filmed using an Azure Kinect, processed with Depthkit and Unity.