We demonstrated a number of exciting new scenarios, made possible through HoloLens powered by Windows 10. Among other things, we announced that for the very first time, we would provide an opportunity for thousands of developers at Build to experience our hardware.
So far, the feedback we have received has been pretty incredible and the possibilities that we asked people to imagine are coming to life. The era of holographic computing is here and today I’m honored to share more information about our HoloLens hardware and how it works to make holograms real.
Awesome stuff. Yesterday at Build, they demonstrated how regular Windows 10 universal applications load up just fine inside HoloLens, with ‘windows’ that you can move around and place around your environment. Pretty neat.
You remember how awesome those Project Natal demos were, don’t you? And then they released Kinect 1.0 …
There are no holograms there. Holographic computing would be a breaking technology.
But, speaking about the video of this article: you would be able to watch the images seen in that video… only if you wore a headset, and you would see them drawn in the screen of the headset. And this technology has been going since years ago.
> “The era of holographic computing is here”
This is not holographic. There are no holograms there. That is false advertising. Why are they been trusted? Have people learned nothing?
Edited 2015-04-30 21:16 UTC