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It's easy to dismiss HoloLens as a gimmick, a bulky device with poor battery life, or worse. But doing so is short-sighted, and ignores the massive potential of Microsoft's augmented reality headset.
Microsoft is introducing a new app designed for HoloLens, that allows users to embed holograms into the real world and share their creations. It's also an example of what devs can do on the platform.
For the first time ever, Microsoft is showing the public what the HoloLens' real field of view actually is. This is part of a video highlighting the device's possible applications in education.
The Microsoft HoloLens is the most futuristic virtual/augmented reality device on the market but how do you create content for the next-generation device? Why, with a holographic TV studio of course!!
Autodesk, the company behind Maya, has announced that it's planning to support Microsoft's upcoming HoloLens device. Models designed in Maya will show up seamlessly on HoloLens.
Apple announces its new iPad 3 this week, and it'll probably be great - but not quite as amazing as the iPad concept in a new video, featuring a 3D holo-display and projected controls for gaming.
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