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Windows Holographic brings super futuristic looking interactions

| January 21, 2015 | 11 Replies

Screen Shot 2015-01-21 at 18.42.20 An interesting way to use ‘virtual reality’ by creating ‘holograms’. A more immersive augmented reality.

Holy crap, it looks like that Microsoft concept video that looked like a world from 2400.Screen Shot 2015-01-21 at 18.42.42

I hope it works as advertised.

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Having tried the simple “Google Cardboard” – an entry level into virtual reality – I can definitely see a lot of unique, novel uses for it.

Now being able to mix real world with digital with this – that’s so cool. Architects, musicians, surgeons/medical students – anyone could have insane new interactions – super awesome.

Technically not a ‘hologram’ but holo’graph’ I guess (and even that definition isn’t what I thought it would be). But in that virtual reality world, you can have these holograms.

Microsoft wants to invite glass developers, oculus developers to make holograms in our world a reality. MS has invented the most advanced holographic computer ever seen: Microsoft hololens – the first fully untethered (something) computer.

See through high def lenses. Ooh…so it’s a mix of glass and oculus.

Screen Shot 2015-01-21 at 18.50.13

Just when Google gives up on Glass, MS actually brings wearable “glasses” that brings a whole different side of usefulness.

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