The promise of Microsoft's HoloLens isn't enough to keep AR experts with the company. They're transitioning to rival augmented reality companies such as Meta.
The AR space is ripe for development, and if a new report is to be believed, Microsoft and Samsung are already on the case with a joint venture we'll see the fruits of in 2024.
Microsoft worked with the government of Greece to digitally recreate Olympia. People can explore the ruins through augmented reality on their smartphones or a HoloLens headset.
"Metaverse" is the name of the game these days, and Reality Engine is aiming to make it easier to develop for.
When Microsoft introduced the untethered holographic computer that is the HoloLens nearly two years ago, everybody wanted one.
Microsoft's leaders bear the burden of guiding Microsoft through exciting and competitive times. Here's a quick look at the company's leadership.
Microsoft recently communicated a vision to enable wearables that transition between AR and VR. Samsung and ODG may grab consumer mindshare with similar visions, however.
Microsoft said its bringing 3D to everyone with Paint 3D. Sadly consumers don't know this because Microsoft hasn't told them.
Without a smartphone, Microsoft's augmented reality (AR) efforts may be overshadowed by Apple's ARKit and Google's ARCore phone-based approaches.
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