Personally, I'd like to see this implemented more cheaply in larger displays to act as virtual windows for indoor environments, like  from 2010, but with 3D video/rendering.
Looking Glass is far more impressive and revolutionary in this area, as it's not limited by a single person's view.
I have access to a looking glass (the smallest one) and it's quite fun - especially when paired with a Leap Motion for hand tracking. I had the pleasure of demoing it to William Latham who adapted his work for it. ( http://latham-mutator.com/ )
I ported one of my proc gen demos to it and it's in their store - but I don't think you can link to it. The repo is here: https://github.com/IxxyXR/Polyhydra-upm ( and https://github.com/IxxyXR/Polyhydra )
That said, it's cool tech, I'm glad to see it actually getting used. I'm one of the few who loves 3D stuff (including the 3DS).
From the article: “A micro optical lens is layered on top of a 15.6-inch, 4K LCD display, which divides the image into the left and right eyes allowing for stereoscopic viewing”
> A micro optical lens is layered on top of a 15.6-inch, 4K LCD display, which divides the image into the left and right eyes allowing for stereoscopic viewing.
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