Transform The Way You See The World With Interactive Hologram
Microsoft has revealed a new technology that could adapt to the natural ways we communicate, learn, and create. It is the world’s most advanced holographic computing platform, enabled by Windows 10 named "HoloLens" revealed at a special Windows 10 event in Redmond, Washington.
Microsoft HoloLens shaped like a pair of wraparound sunglasses, is a cordless headset with transparent lenses – intended to offer a mixed reality where digital objects are laid over the physical world. Unlike Google Glass, HoloLens promises to dress the real world with complex objects or menus that can be interacted with via motion-control technology, using points of the finger and other hand movements. HoloLens will be a complementary device to Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system, which the company will offer as a free upgrade for Windows 7 and 8 users and will be released at some point in 2015.
HoloLens puts you at the center of a world that blends holograms with reality. With the ability to design and shape holograms, you’ll have a new medium to express your creativity, a more efficient way to teach and learn, and a more effective way to visualize your work and share ideas. Your digital content and creations will be more relevant when they come to life in the world around you. Microsoft HoloLens intelligently maps the room you’re in, blending holograms with the environment around you. Pin holograms to physical locations you choose so that your room becomes the canvas for your holographic projects and games.
With Microsoft HoloLens, friends and colleagues can help you with difficult tasks using HoloNotes in Skype. They can see your environment as you see it, and from their tablet or PC they can draw instructions that appear as holograms in your world. Get customized, real-time help from someone who can see what you see and hear what you hear. Microsoft HoloLens enables you to make decisions more confidently, work more effectively, and bring your ideas to life right before your eyes. There isn’t a screen to touch or a mouse to click. Use your eyes to navigate and explore. Use your voice to communicate with your apps. Microsoft HoloLens understands your movements, vision, and voice, enabling you to interact with content and information.
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