Video demo of Windows Mixed Reality in the Fall Creators Update

Windows Mixed Reality is a new platform Microsoft is pushing with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update that brings Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality under one roof. You've seen HoloLens, now see that same idea redone for the world of Virtual Reality.

We've gone hands-on with Microsoft's new Windows Mixed Reality experience to showcase what Windows Mixed Reality actually is and how it can be used for fun or productivity purposes. Mixed Reality requires compatible dedicated hardware to function, you can find out more about all the Mixed Reality headsets here.

in our demo, we're using the HP's own Mixed Reality headset. Starting on October 17, you will be able to buy headsets from many manufacturers, as well as purchase dedicated Windows Mixed Reality controllers. Mixed Reality works with dedicated controllers, gaming controllers or a keyboard and mouse. In our demo, we're using an Xbox One controller.

So, make sure you check out our 23-minute video walkthrough of the Windows Mixed Reality platform and let us know what you think in the comments.

Zac Bowden
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