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Tag Archives: HoloLens
My HoloLens demo unit, which just arrived from FedEx today, is at my apartment waiting for me. I can hardly wait to get off of my regular job later this evening so I can go home and play with it. … Continue reading
If Apple is interested in making a virtual reality headset, then you know VR may be here to stay. After all, Apple certainly didn’t get involved in the 3D craze in 2010 and 2011. They were very wise not to. … Continue reading
In 2015, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus were pretty underwhelming upgrades. The biggest disappointment was that both phone still had the same screen resolution of previous versions, but that may change in 2016. The iPhone 7 (and iPhone … Continue reading
Microsoft is about to release its developer’s version of HoloLens. According to an article from The Verge, Microsoft is now “taking applications” for HoloLens. “Microsoft has just announced that it will make HoloLens development kits available in the first quarter … Continue reading
Most thought it wouldn’t happen—not at least for twenty years or so. But the Era of Hologram has started in technology—sort of. Yesterday, Microsoft introduced HoloLens and it has people who may not even be interested in technology buzzing. It … Continue reading