Microsoft's much-discussed $22 billion AR headset deal has seen delays, derision, and internal objections. Now, it's seeing internal fears of a premature end.
Web3 is the latest techfad, comprised of blockchain buzzwords and metaverse mumbo jumbo. But what if there's something real in among all the BS?
Microsoft's Alex Kipman claims that HoloLens is doing well at Microsoft. His statement follows a report claiming the entire HoloLens division is in disarray and that the HoloLens 3 is canceled.
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.
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.
$22 billion deals take time, and Microsoft's deal with the U.S. Army is going to need a bit more of it. September 2022 is the new target date the parties are aiming for.
Army soldiers and Microsoft engineers collaborated for two years to make an augmented reality headset for soldiers. The device allows soldiers to see through smoke and around corners.
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