HoloLens

  • HoloLens 2 codename is Sydney

    Microsoft’s HoloLens was a landmark announcement, developed in secrecy for 5 years the Augmented Reality headset was global news. Since then they’ve had moderate success in the business world, usually implemented as a training device. While good for its time, the limitations of a high price and limited field...
  • Microsoft HoloLens now available in Australia

    Some enthusiastic mix-reality developers already knew how to get a HoloLens into Australia and have done so, but now Microsoft have made it all official and easy to buy down under. The HoloLens offers something other solutions don’t, a mixed or augmented reality which lets you see the real world enhanced,...
  • Boeing using HoloLens to fight fires

    Boeing are best known for building the planes that you and I fly on, but they’re actually a company that leverages technology in a number of ways. Boeing us an ecoDemonstrator simulation program, combined with big data from their network of aircraft to find efficiencies in fuel and flying...
  • Another spectacular HoloLens demo will make you want AR even more.

    Microsoft have once again amazed crowds with a brilliant, albeit slightly stretching the truth, demo of HoloLens. At the worldwide partners conference in Toronto, Canada, Windows and HoloLens Program Director Arantxa Lasa Cid showed off the latest in a growing list of live demonstrations of the Augmented Reality headset....
  • Turnbull and Pyne try out Microsoft HoloLens

    Malcolm Turnbull and Christopher Pyne have tried out Microsoft HoloLens. The Prime Minister and Minister for Industry, Innovation & Science, visited SAAB Australia in Adelaide to check out the mixed reality headset (previously augmented). Saab Australia have been working with Microsoft to build simulation and education solutions in civil and military applications. During...
  • HoloLens Development Edition coming Q1 2016 for $3,000

    At Microsoft’s devices event, the first device we seen was HoloLens. The big announces was that a development version is coming in the first quarter of 2016. Here’s the kicker, it’s $3,000. If you thought Google glass was expensive to try at $1,500, that was half. To help sell...
  • Microsoft confirms HoloLens will feature at tonight’s devices event

    Tonight Microsoft is holding a devices event in New York, where they’ll talk about a range of hardware products. One of the most hotly anticipated is HoloLens and given it’s been months since the announcement and news has been quiet since, we’re well overdue for some good news. Previously...
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    Microsoft just sold gamers on HoloLens with Minecraft

    There’s few better ways to sell gamers on the futuristic augmented reality headset, than a new version of Minecraft. On stage at E3 during the Xbox keynote, Microsoft personnel demonstrated HoloLens by rigging the camera feed with what the HoloLens user was seeing. As he walked around the table...
  • Microsoft announces Holograms, new wireless augmented glasses HoloLens

    Microsoft just announced a new project from their R&D labs called Holograms. The introduction video was completely nuts, showing off new experiences for entertainment, education and more. This involves a new headset and Wired has been lucky enough to have a hands-on already. Windows 10 will have Holographic API’s...