In Weeks, the First Wave of Microsoft’s New Reality Begins

In Weeks, the First Wave of Microsoft’s New Reality Begins
technology

With HoloLens shipping to developers, mixed reality gets nearer to mainstream

Jeb Brack
  • 9 march 2016

On March 30, Microsoft will begin shipping the first of their HoloLens headsets, hoping to make holograms a viable user interface. The wraparound goggle/headphone combination, which resembles a superhero helmet, projects holograms into the environment, allowing the viewer to interact with their software in a more tactile way. Microsoft calls it ‘mixed reality’—more immersive than augmented reality, but less overwhelming than virtual reality.

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