I took a 2 1/2 hour drive into Brooklyn, NY to check out a company that designed holographic image frames. I had come across their marketing campaign on Instagram in late 2018 and was interested in seeing the tech up close.
Rolling up to the location I quickly strike a dialogue about May 16th being World Light Day and then I arrive and walk through a long and oddly unappealing corridor and up the stairs into the offices of Looking Glass.
From there, I moved around the space and film the products on display.
After satisfying my curiosity, I depart for the spot but not before sharing thoughts about the technology, its presentation, and including some suggestions about human senses and where it could grow to. I see that the quality is not at a high enough caliber to be considered ground-breaking.
There are a few applications I can see this being a success within while its in the present state and I would be happy to share that planning with this company or competition, for a price.
Background Image From Sean Sinclair.