In Pictures: Windows Holographic
By Eddie Makuch on
Microsoft says, "your digital content will be as real as physical objects in the room. For the first time, holograms will become practical tools of daily life."
Microsoft says holograms will improve the way you do things every day.
Here's a look at Microsoft's HoloLens headset. It features a built-in GPU and CPU. No word on price yet.
HoloLens technology extends beyond augmented and virtual reality to allow you to interact with 3D holograms that are blended into the real world around you.
Gaming looks like it could play a major role in the appeal of Microsoft HoloLens.
Fixing a faucet using HoloLens.
Microsoft thinks HoloLens can have practical purposes for tasks such as 3D modeling.
"See holograms from your colleague’s perspective if he’s in the next room or on the other side of the world," Microsoft says.
HoloLens also has the ability to impact the 3D-printing market, Microsoft contends.