Microsoft is offering a number of examples of how its HoloLens augmented reality headset could be used by the military to help track troops on the battlefield, repairing aircraft and more.
Microsoft has already stated it is targeting the business market for the first generation of HoloLens applications, but in a blog post it offers how it might also be used in military engagements:
The HoloLens could also be used to help design and assemble military hardware. It could also be used to help repair and maintain equipment like airplanes:
There's no word yet if any of the recently-launched HoloLens Development Edition headsets have been sold to defense companies and military organizations, but clearly Microsoft would love to see it used by those kinds of organizations.
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