Microsoft HoloLens Headset Shocks Event

On Wednesday a Microsoft event was supposed to be introducing the latest Windows operating system and instead shocked everybody by revealing their HoloLens device. Microsoft engineer Alex Kipman revealed the new wearable technology product which is a holographic headset that can project 3D images into the air. We have written a few articles on wearable technology recently but this product could be just about the most exciting yet.

Microsoft HoloLens

 

Microsoft did not go into specifics when it came to cost and launch dates, although they did say that it would coincide with the release of Windows 10, which will be later in the year.

Kipman did say that the Microsoft HoloLens has been developed for regular people. He said: “We’re not talking about putting you into virtual worlds. Now don’t get me wrong. We’re really excited about all the progress we’ve made in virtual reality. But virtual reality may not be for everyone.”

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