Transform your world with holograms.
Holograms are the next evolution in computing. With this vision in mind, Microsoft HoloLens, together with Windows 10, unveiled a powerful holographic platform. This wearable but dorky holographic headset is really a cross between the Oculus Rift and Google Glass. It also looks like a Meta/Space Glasses competing product in the making.
Microsoft HoloLens is a wireless standalone computer that doesn’t not require a screen to touch or mouse to click. The wearer just needs to use hand gestures to create, shape, and size holograms. HoloLens understands your movements, vision, and voice, enabling you to interact with apps and information in the most natural way possible.
According to the software-giant, the HPU is capable of processing terabytes of data from the sensors in real time. On the software front, the headset will lean on the holographic capabilities that Windows 10 contains.
The HoloLens promises interactive virtual presence as its primary selling point, with big potential advantages for research, remote collaboration, engineering, design work and of course gaming.