While Microsoft doesn’t plan to enter the VR market, at least in terms of we know, previously this 12 months it revealed an “augmented-reality” (AR) headset called HoloLens. This doesn’t take you into a virtual globe, but adds graphical things to your existing reality. Of program, it is possible to result in a Virtual Reality world if the augmentations obscure the real world. For example, an app that Microsoft developed with NASA enables room scientists to walk around a simulation of the outer lining of Mars. The Microsoft HoloLens headset is self-contained and, if it ever appears, will likely be driven by a built-in PC operating Windows 10. Hypothetically, Microsoft could offer location monitoring via Kinect. However, the HoloLens that Microsoft showed in January looked like a prototype, and again, I’d bet against a commercial version showing up this season.
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