To configure your Looking Glass display settings on a PC, select theStart menu > Settings > System > Display. Your PC should automatically detect your monitors and show your desktop. If you don't see the monitors, selectDetect.
In theMultiple displayssection, make sureExtend these displaysis selected.
Select your Looking Glass Portrait display, which should be numbered 2 on the screen. EnsureScale and layoutis set to 100%.
Once you've selected what you see on your displays, selectKeep changes.
Install Looking Glass Bridge
Looking Glass Bridge (formerly HoloPlay Service) facilitates communication between your computer and any connected Looking Glass devices.
It is required for Looking Glass applications and development tools. It is also required software to get your computer to communicate with your Looking Glass display.
This simple test can be run to ensure that hardware is connected, and software is installed and configured properly.
Note that the web test is not currently working in safari, please use Firefox, Chrome or Edge instead.
Note: If the image appears with diagonal lines, HoloPlay Service is not detected, or there is no Looking Glass detected, try
troubleshooting your setup
Install Looking Glass Studio
Looking Glass Studio is the hologram companion app for your Looking Glass. You'll be able to import holograms from a variety of sources, create and organize playlists, and make small edits to any hologram you create.