That fancy black visor was not what was provided to those lucky few who were invited to try out the HoloLens after the WinX presentation. The working model consists of straps and an adjustable headband holding the lenses all enclosed within a wire frame to which is attached an external enclosure holding the battery and processors. There were four different experiments to try, including the Minecraft looking demo we saw on stage and a virtual Mars experience using the data captured by Curiosity. We won't be seeing the slick model demonstrated on stage any time soon but the technology is solid and was enough to convince The Register that Microsoft has an incredible product in store for us.
"During Wednesday's Windows 10 preview day, select groups of hacks were stripped of any recording devices or cameras and sent down into the bowels of Building 92 of Microsoft's Redmond campus to try out the HoloLens, the software giant's new "hologramatic" wearable."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Microsoft Office for Windows 10 detailed with Office 2016 to follow @ The Inquirer
- Install Windows 10 Preview From A Flash Drive @ Bjorn3d
- Is Windows RT not invited to Windows 10 upgrade party? @ The Register
- LEAKED: Samsung's iPHONE 6 KILLER… the Samsung Galaxy S6 @ The Register
- Project Zero's vigilantism is harming Google's 'Don't Be Evil' buzz @ The Inquirer
- Win two ASUS Strix OC GTX 960′s with Nvidia and KitGuru
I think this ‘grain of salt’
I think this ‘grain of salt’ might be the right size:
Hope that image link works.
That be one huge grain it’s
That be one huge grain it’s like something a Elephant would chew on.
I so hope official Ms final
I so hope official Ms final name for this isn’t hololens.suggestion?
Some reviewer that were invited at the showing called it holograph.I like that.according to Paul Thurrot this can be ready for a window 10 lunch time table.so I assume what’s left to be done is child play for Ms various doctor.