Well isn't this a tale as old as time??
Jokes aside, every person that I've casually brought the Looking Glass up to will mention, "Hey! Wouldn't it be a great idea to have a holographic clock?" Sure. It would! And so lo and behold, it happened. In various shapes and forms, the Looking Glass community has found new and creative ways to display time within the confines of this three-dimensional display.
Take Mizzmayo for instance, this Looking Glass creator decided to crank up the steampunk and create a three-dimensional digital holographic version of the popular Nixie Tube Clock.
On the other ticking end of the spectrum, Looking Glass creator Chris Thorgrimmson made a holographic skeleton clock, demonstrating the moving parts that make up a simple mechanical clock.
Whether a clock, an aquarium, or a bonsai tree, lots of things that exist in the real world can also exist in the Looking Glass.
Well this post had me all wound up. You've got to hand it to the Looking Glass community for putting in these extra hours ;)
**this is part of our “100 Days of Holograms” series, where a few of us in the team at Looking Glass Factory post one new wonderful or weird (or both!) use for the Looking Glass holographic display being conjured around the world each day.