After several months in closed beta testing, Microsoft has finally launched its Actiongram HoloLens app to the general public that already owns the augmented reality headset.
As we reported before, Actiongram was created to allow owners of the HoloLens to quickly create mixed media videos. It has in-app purchases for people to buy and use extra content for Actiongram, including, as we reported earlier this week, a virtual version of Star Trek actor George Takei:
Here's a quick look at Actiongram's features (via WalkingCat):
- Use your HoloLens to record mixed reality videos that star your family and friends.
- Easily place, rotate, and resize holograms in your real world.
- Choose from a variety of content across genres and visual styles.
- Look forward to new holograms featuring popular themes.
- Share your creations to your favorite social media service.
You can purchase the Microsoft HoloLens Developer Edition from the Microsoft Store site for a mere $3,000.