Hololens – an upcoming cutting-edge technology of Mixed Reality MR Product
The concept of Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality were first introduced in 1957. Even though they have tremendously changed the world as we know it, technology never stops there but continues innovating. As a result, the concept of hololens is soon to be introduced to the market and promised to once again, revolutionize our reality. Go to iconvert.
What is Hololens?
Hololens is knowns as a holographic computer built into a headset. Wearing the hololens, users will be able to immerse themselves with holograms in an indoor environment (classroom, library, kitchen etc.). Equipped with high-definition lenses and high-quality sound system, hololens will sure bring its customers a highly immersive, interactive experience.
What are Hololens’ applications?
With mixed reality, people, places and objects from your physical and digital worlds are brought together. This blended environment acts as your canvas and allows your creativity and enjoyment to soar.
Gaming and entertainment right in front of your eyes
3D projects can easily be created and worked with when we put on the hololens headset. You can also enjoy your favorite games as they are tailored to you, which can even be better than Virtual or Augmented Reality.
Product testing without real-life interaction
Hololens can be extremely useful for companies since it allows their customers to test products without seeing them at a store. Imagine having a product with many customizable options that hundreds of customers want to try, then imagine what hololens can help you. Hololens users can customize the products, be it automobile, clothes, furniture etc., and see them all in lifelike mixed reality.
Mixed Reality is one of the futuristic technology having tremendous unlocked potentials.
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