Microsoft HoloLens has been making headlines for a while now, being one of the finest augmented reality headsets. It is expected to be launched this year but no confirmed date of its release has been given yet.
There are several sensors on board which track hand and head motions, stitching multi- dimensional images which suits your field of vision. With assistance from camera of great depth, it is capable of mixing images into actual situation.
What’s in the box
The Development Edition and the Commercial Suite are fully equipped for all HoloLens developers, whether you are working as an individual or as a team. Following things come along HoloLens:
- Carrying case
- Microsoft HoloLens Development Edition
- Micro USB 2.0 cable
- Microfiber cloth
HoloLens – Hardware Details
There are see-through holographic lenses in HoloLens, which use an advanced optical projection system in order to make multi-dimensional full-color holograms with low latency, so that you can see holographic objects in your world. HoloLens has been designed for holographic density of 2.5K radiants.
This is actually the mixed reality which encompasses a wide range of experiences that previously were considered to be only virtual or augmented reality. In mixed reality, places, people and objects from your virtual and physical worlds merge together in a blended environment. The key aspect of mixed reality is to feel present in your environment. It enables you to interact, move naturally and explore in all three dimensions. Windows 10 will enable this experience for a variety of headsets.
Interacting with Holograms in mixed reality helps you in visualising and working with your digital content as part of your real world. Moreover, Holograms are responsive to the world around you. Microsoft enables you to interact with information and content in the most natural possible manner.
It transforms the way you create, collaborate, explore and communicate.