After a successful pilot program, auto-maker Ford says that it will expand its use of Microsoft's HoloLens for vehicle design.
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Microsoft implements technology too quickly, allowing followers like Apple to come in later and perfect and popularize it.
Apple's long-anticipated move into Augmented Reality (AR) has delivered a decisive death blow to HoloLens and the Windows Mixed Reality platform.
This week, Microsoft announced the new Surface Pro and new Surface peripherals at a special event in Shanghai, China. Now, you can watch the presentation via a series of on-demand videos.
While Microsoft enthusiasts continue to react poorly to the software giant's new strategy, I see a clarity here that should be celebrated. Microsoft is doing the right thing.
Microsoft has set its eyes on Hololens V3 as the company sidelines the second version to focus on a bigger leap in capability for the hero device.
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Make no mistake when it comes to virtual reality (VR). It's not a fad. And it's only going to get better over time.
Microsoft announced another major milestone in the distribution of its mixed reality headset: HoloLens is now available for purchase in Japan.
The Unified Update Platform (UUP) promises to dramatically reduce the size of the updates---major or minor---that Microsoft delivers to Windows 10 going forward.
Google has been talking about its Tango augmented reality initiative since last year, but it's finally happening: The first Tango smartphone is now available.
Microsoft announced this morning that it is accepting pre-orders for its HoloLens mixed reality headset in six additional countries, Australia, Ireland, France, Germany, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.
Microsoft started rolling out its latest cumulative update to PCs yesterday, and today HoloLens is getting the same treatment with an update primarily focused on the smaller niggling issues throughout the operating system.
A few weeks ago, I wrote about a new optical insert for HoloLens developed by New York lens manufacturer Rochester Optical. As promised, we reached out to the company, received more information, and got our hands on a release candidate to take for a spin. In the box was a felt-lined case, not unlike what you would see […]
So Microsoft is freeing the Windows Holographic shell from its HoloLens shackles and will make it available on mainstream PCs. But I'm still not sold on augmented reality, or mixed reality, or whatever they're calling it this week. And part of the problem is Microsoft's mixed up messaging.