The Danish company Realfiction has developed a screen called DeepFrame which gives us a mixed/augmented reality experience without using glasses.
DeepFrame is a square-shaped 64-inch (115x115cm) transparent screen that is most similar to a window pane. Viewers can see what’s happening on the other side of the screen while displaying digital 3D objects in 4K resolution on the screen itself.
It does not appear what is required for other hardware and software to use DeepFrame. Even the price is so far unknown, but since Realfiction appears to primarily view companies in the entertainment industry as its future customers, it probably isn’t cheap.