Microsoft just started shipping HoloLens Development Edition kits to “wave 1” applicants in the United States and Canada. And after its long trek from Suzhou, China, it’s here with a clicker in tow.
If you can’t afford a $3000 kit — or simply weren’t accepted yet — be sure to check out the recently released HoloLens emulator. This Hyper-V based emulator, alongside Visual Studio 2015 Update 2 and the latest Windows 10 SDK, can be used to get started with holographic development today.
I don’t have anything to share at this moment. But I have a bunch of experiments I’d like to set up and run, with hospitality and culinary themes in mind. (I just completed a two-year culinary degree at Le Cordon Bleu last week.)
Right this moment, I’m just champing at the bit to fiddle with the software inside this thing. Stay tuned for more on that front.
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