Videojournalist Michael Wieczorek captured video of a demonstration the Microsoft HoloLens today at the Microsoft Build Developer Conference in San Francisco. The demonstration shows how the HoloLens goggles—which run on Windows 10—allow the user to manipulate and interact with holograms in a fascinating, futuristic way. Holograms of apps can be “pinned” on walls on tables and can even follow the user hands-free as they walk.
Microsoft HoloLens is the first holographic computer running Windows 10. It is completely untethered – no wires, phones, or connection to a PC needed. Microsoft HoloLens allows you to pin holograms in your physical environment and provides a new way to see your world.
Thanks, Frank Escamilla!