“MICROSOFT HOLOGRAM” THIS IS THE FUTURE OF COMPUTING. MIND BLOWING. COMBINATION OF VIRTUAL REALITY AND AUGMENTED REALITY.

Well this is it, this is the future of computing. A “MICROSOFT HOLOGRAM” that uses both  virtual reality and augmented reality. AWESOME.  An immersive holographic experience that works through  HoloLens.

in my view this is the future of computing. Microsoft has innovated something unique. The “MICROSOFT HOLOGRAM” takes you to a forbidden world .As you move around in a space, like your living room, the Holographic app moves with you. That means you could have a Skype call that follows you as you walk through your house. You can also pin your favorite apps to the physical walls in your space or rest them on a table, so that every time you walk into that room, that app appears in the HoloLens. If an app is pinned to a wall, you can say “follow me” to un-pin it and have it move with you again. You can also resize those apps, making videos take up an entire wall, or shrinking a website.

66d09320-a6ff-4f82-a5b5-8bc61c04c6e9800.png Hologram uses 2D and 3D apps for example 3D weather app that shows a virtual landscape of the location, which you can place on a table or the floor. Microsoft showed off some 3D professional and educational applications too. Architecture firms can use HoloLens to create interactive models for building plans, and medical students can learn anatomy with a life-size 3D model of the human body that has separate layers for skin, muscle, the nervous and circulatory systems and the skeleton.

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