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Reception [ edit ]
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PR Newswire article: LookingGlass Receives $3.8 Million in Venture Capital from Insitutional Venture Partners, Matrix Partners
PR Newswire article: Looking Glass Technologies Ships Flight Unlimited Worldwide
PR Newswire article: Looking Glass Technologies Sets the Pace for Immersive Reality Software Development
Boston Herald article
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Seamus Blackley interview about Trespasser
NPD sales for its first month
I'll add more here as I find it.
JimmyBlackwing ( talk) 00:10, 7 December 2010 (UTC)