Microsoft HoloLens is the world’s first fully self-contained holographic computer, running Windows 10. While we’ve made incredible advances in the way in which we interact with computers, we are still constrained by the need to conform to the ways computers recognise our commands through mouse clicks or by touching a screen.
Using holograms, the user can pin their digital content, such as apps, information, and even multi-dimensional videos, in the physical space around you, so you can interact with them in the same ways that you interact with other physical objects. It’s a great example of mixed reality – the ability to blend holograms into the real world. Continue reading here