I could not find anything about using the looking glass in portrait format. I think an upright standing orientation of a hologram would make a lot of sense. I know the landscape format is a kind of standard for screens in general ( except mobile devices). But Holograms can be something different than a “cinemascope” story…
A hologram can be a “standing” representation of someting physical which takes its place in our real world of objects…it is somehow “emancipated”. This standing representation and the physicality of a hologram in some cases is much more accentuated in portrait format for reasons I cannot explain deeper here. Obvious usecases for upright portrait screen format are:
- Standing figures, characters, objects
- objects with motion UP/DOWN
Are there any reasons that would prevent the use of the LG in portrais format?
What about the field of view (FOV)?
Any usecase or experience out there?