As it turns out, Windows 10 is the most advanced holographic computing platform, which isn’t saying much considering the competition so far. But in case finding a holographic display to purchase proves tricky, Microsoft’s developed the HoloLens. Unlike VR headsets like the Oculus, the HoloLens projects high-definition holograms that only the wearer can see over their visual field, essentially enhancing the real world around them. Whether it’s to play Minecraft on your home’s floor or project repair instructions over the object in question, the possibilities are enormous, limited only by the creativity of developers. And, when the headset arrives, it’ll be lightweight and entirely tether-free, fitting on like a pair of oversized goggles.
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