Microsoft HoloLens at Build 2015

Microsoft gives a closer look at HoloLens during Build conference (video)

Recently, at the Microsoft Build developer conference in San Francisco, Alex Kipman showed off the progress the team has been making for HoloLens.

During the presentation Kipman fully demonstrated new scenarios using HoloLens and Windows 10, and we’ve seen Windows apps floating around the walls and projected images of a human skeleton. Microsoft also showed off that simply saying “follow me” to a video app the video follows you around the house, and with a simple gesture users can pin and re-size windows.

The company showed a mix holograms and IoT by demoing a physical robot which combined with HoloLens can bring the digital and physical world closer together and a lot more.

So, if you missed the Build conference, here is the entire 24-minute presentation of Microsoft’s HoloLens for your enjoyment.

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