Through Accenture Ventures, Accenture made a strategic investment in Looking Glass Factory, a leading holographic business.
Looking Glass Factory, a company with its main offices in Brooklyn, New York, and Hong Kong, has created an end-to-end holographic platform with a selection of displays that can display content in lifelike 3D without the need for headsets or head-tracking.
Looking Glass-style technology gives the chance to link 3D digital experiences from the metaverse to the real world. With the help of a software package from Looking Glass, companies, designers, and consumers may now expose 3D material that is traditionally only seen in 2D.
The quick transition from 2D to 3D media might have a big impact on communication, retail, and eventually the household, where 3D media consumption could become the norm. The Looking Glass 65″, the largest holographic display in the world as of June 2022, is already in operation at Accenture Labs in San Francisco.
Additionally, the Looking Glass Blocks sharing platform enables seamless sharing of the same material through any web browser and in a range of settings, including mobile, social, and even the metaverse.
This is the first platform for hosting and disseminating 3D holograms on the internet, enabling businesses to give their customers an immersive user experience wherever they are and on whatever device they like.