Tag - Windows Holographic

Tag: Windows Holographic

Looks Like Windows 10 Cloud Will Lack Another Key Feature

An essential feature, if you ask Microsoft. The software titan is currently busing working on Windows 10 Cloud, a new version of the OS it plans to distribute for free to manufacturers As a successor to Windows RT, complete with the limitation of installing and running Win32 programs. But it looks like that this version of …

Microsoft Renames Windows Holographic To Windows Mixed Reality

Not the first time Microsoft has renamed something! The software titan has quietly rebranded Windows Holographic to Windows Mixed Reality, and made the new name official at GDC 2017. Where it also revealed that mixed reality support will be coming to all versions of Xbox One. The company also announced the first mixed reality development kits …

HoloLens Being Used To Design Hospital Operating Rooms

If there’s one thing that is pretty much a surety these days, it’s companies using HoloLens in unexpected ways. This new partnership has a firm using the holographic headset to design operating rooms. For hospitals. Redmond revealed the details in a blog post, showing how HoloLens is revolutionizing the process, and how it not only saves …

Microsoft To Jump Straight To The Third Generation HoloLens

Skipping again? If the Windows 9 skip took you by surprise, then this one will too. Word is that Microsoft is planning to launch its third-generation HoloLens model sometimes in 2019. At the very least, at that. HoloLens may be one of the most innovative projects Microsoft is working on, and even though the company is …

Microsoft Wants To Bring HoloLens Price Under $1,000

Alex Kipman, the force behind HoloLens has provided some new answers about the device in a recent interview with CNET. Answers that may prove to be a little frustrating for some. Microsoft has, of course, been selling the mixed reality device for a while now. It has moved thousands of these headsets since launching the $3,000 …

HoloLens Sales Are In The Thousands, But Microsoft Is Pleased

Apparently, the company is so happy with these HoloLens numbers that it says that this is all it needs. Right now, that is, at this very early stage in development. That said, the roadmap Redmond has for HoloLens is one of the most mysterious things in technology. Which is not all that surprising. The mixed reality …

Microsoft Stars Shipping HoloLens In Japan

Be prepared to hear some big numbers! At least, when it comes to pricing. Microsoft HoloLens is now available in Japan after the company announced its intention to bring the device in the country. Back in November. This makes this its seventh market outside of North America. Redmond opened preorders in Japan last month, and now, …

The Royal Australian Air Force Pilot Testing Microsoft HoloLens

How’s that for a headline! Another organization is testing Microsoft HoloLens for future deployment of augmented, virtual and mixed realities, this time the entity being the Royal Australian Air Force. Or RAAF, for short. They are going through a major technological transformation project, dubbed Plan Jericho. With the goal being to enhance the soldier of the …

Analyst Believes HoloLens AR Will Not Take Off For 2 More Year

We’ve come a long way since the official announcement of HoloLens, a timespan which has seen several other companies join the VR, AR and mixed reality, what have you, fields. And although Microsoft has taken it slow when it comes to setting expectations for this brand-new side of the market, it appears that things are progressing …

Windows Holographic Headsets Shown Off At CES 2017

The CES 2017 extravaganza continues with a number of companies showing off their Windows Holographic headsets, those cheap and affordable VR devices that Microsoft promised. Promised that companies like Dell, Lenovo, HP, Acer and 3Glasses would deliver. This was announced back in October, with Redmond further explaining its strategy at a dedicated event in China before …

First Look At Project NEON, The New Windows 10 UI

Details on Project NEON emerged in November, and now some new screenshots have provided us with a first look preview at the design changes coming to the Windows 10 UI with this refresh. This is, of course, a new design language that Microsoft is working on, with focus on 3D depth and Holographic features. Being developed …