Microsoft has rolled out version 21H2 to its Windows Holographic platform. The update includes a bunch of new features including a new Moving Platform Mode and support for PFX certificates.
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Microsoft has begun rolling out Windows Holographic version 21H1. Unlike its desktop counterpart, it brings some major new features such as the new Edge browser, new Settings app, and much more.
Following the $480 million augmented reality headset contract with the United States Army in 2018, Microsoft today landed another similar contract with the U.S. military worth $21.9 billion.
As previously hinted, Microsoft has announced financing plans for HoloLens 2 Development Edition in the United States. The 0% interest options go as low as $97.22/month for a three-year plan.
Microsoft Mesh is a new platform that aims to revolutionalize mixed reality by bringing real-time virtual collaboration across multiple devices. The Mesh app is now available in preview on HoloLens.
New capabilities are available for developers building solutions across Azure IoT and mixed reality devices such as HoloLens 2. Azure Monitor for Windows Virtual Desktop is coming soon too.
Today, Microsoft is announcing HoloLens 2 Industrial Edition. The untethered holographic PC is designed for regulated environments. It's certified for clean rooms, and it's available for pre-order.
If you've got a HoloLens 2 that's enrolled on the Windows Insider Program, there's a new Dev channel build that has the new Edge, a shortcut to the Office web app, a new Settings app, and more.
Microsoft has released a new major update for Windows Holographic, the Windows 10 variant designed for the HoloLens 2. The release brings along plenty of improvements and a few fixes.
A year and a half after it announced the HoloLens 2 Development Edition, Microsoft has finally launched the device in the United States, costing $3,500. Other markets will get it in December.
HoloLens 2 is now available for purchase in Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain, Austria, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Belgium, Portugal, Poland, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
After releasing the HoloLens 2 headset late last year, Microsoft is promising to address some issues users have had with the display quality. The improvements will arrive via software updates.
Microsoft has published a listing for its HoloLens 2 headset on the Microsoft Store, so now anyone can buy it. The price hasn't changed though, so it's still going to run you $3,500.
Trimble's hard hat solution for Microsoft HoloLens and accompanying Trimble Connect software leverages the benefits of mixed reality into areas where increased safety requirements are mandated.
Mozilla has published the first public release of Firefox Reality to the Microsoft Store. It comes several months after the browser was added to the Microsoft Store in an experimental fashion.
Microsoft is detailing what's coming in the Windows 10 May 2020 Update for its HoloLens 2 augmented reality headset, including the ability to connect to a cellular network via a dongle.
As part of the array of announcements from its dev-focused Build event, Microsoft shared that an Azure Mixed Reality solution is now GA, and that HoloLens 2 is heading to more markets this year.
Microsoft today announced Windows Autopilot support to the HoloLens 2 in private preview. The firm adds that with increasing adoption, it wants to make deployment at scale easy for customers.
Screenshots have been spotted of a new HoloScreens app for the desktop and the Microsoft HoloLens. The app lets users add virtual screens, mimicking a multiple monitor setup for the workspace.
Microsoft has announced that its Mixed Reality Dev Days event is taking place on May 17-18, and for the first time, there will be a Dev Days Tour coming to Germany and Japan later in the year.
Microsoft is sending out invites to a press event it will be holding ahead of this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The event is likely to be focused on its HoloLens headset.
Today, Microsoft announced that its HoloLens 2 standalone holographic PC has started shipping. The device uses a Snapdragon 850 chipset, and adds things like hand tracking and eye tracking.
Microsoft's HoloLens 2, first announced at MWC 2019, is set to go on sale in September, according to comments made by executive vice president Harry Shum. The headset is set to cost $3,500.
Microsoft released a new Holographic Remoting Player app this week, allowing you to stream apps from your desktop or Xbox to your HoloLens 2, giving users additional resources to run the applications.
Apple's recent job postings suggest the possibility of further progress in the company's AR/VR product efforts. Listings for demo evangelists' jobs might suggest wider discussions within the company.
Microsoft has today announced some new features for Dynamics 365 Layout. The July update for the application includes an improved experience for HoloLens 2, among a couple of other changes.
In a bid to become "a world leader in digital services for the aerospace industry", Airbus has teamed up with Microsoft to deploy a number of mixed reality solutions to its workforce and customers.
Today, Microsoft announced that HoloLens 2 Development Edition, a bundle that includes the headset, Azure credits, and free trials of Unity Pro and Unity PiXYZ plugin for $3,500 or $99 per month.
With Mobile World Congress week over, we take a look at what Microsoft announced both at and outside the event in Barcelona. Previews, games, and the HoloLens 2 are all in the handy roundup below.
Microsoft introduced an improved version of the HoloLens 2 for MWC 2019, with a wider field of view and a more comfortable fit. We got to try two of the demos Microsoft has at the show.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has defended the company's decision to work with the U.S. military, saying that " it's really about being a responsible corporate citizen in a democracy".
At its HoloLens 2 announcement in Barcelona today, Microsoft also announced that Firefox is coming to the platform, and Tim Sweeney took the stage to announce Unreal Engine's support.
After months of rumors and speculation, Microsoft today announced the HoloLens 2 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The device has a Snapdragon 850 and a larger field of view, but no LTE.
While Microsoft is holding its big event at Mobile World Congress tomorrow, some images have leaked of its next HoloLens, which is expected to be unveiled there, courtesy of WalkingCat.
50 employees have penned a letter urging Microsoft to cancel its HoloLens deal with the U.S. military, and to be "mindful about who we're empowering and what we're empowering them to do".
A couple of patents published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office show that Microsoft has been working on ways to add eye tracking and improving the field of view of the HoloLens.
One of the creators of HoloLens, Alex Kipman, recently took to Twitter to tease the next-generation of Microsoft's mixed reality headset. HoloLens 2 is slated to launch at MWC 2019, on February 24.
A patent filed by Microsoft could reduce the parts count in the HoloLens, potentially reducing the cost of manufacturing. The patent describes a method of integrating two components into one.
Microsoft has been casually dropping hints about its next-generation HoloLens, but a new video from NASA might be showing off the product in its entirety, with some subtle changes from the first one.