new and improved The U.S. Army will spend $165 million on the next version of the IVAS headset from Microsoft. $76 million of that will be spent on developing version 1.2 of the system.
More layoffs In the latest update on the massive Microsoft layoffs, it seems Redmond has gutted the teams behind HoloLens and Mixed Reality.
After delays and concerns, the U.S. Army is moving forward with its militarized HoloLens headset.
After repeated accusations of bad behavior, Alex Kipman is resigning, and the mixed reality hardware group will be under Panos Panay and the Windows & Devices team.
HoloLens helps reduce the cost of training and troubleshooting, according to a recent study.
In a new article from Insider, ‘golden boy’ executives at Microsoft are accused of bad behavior, with few repercussions.
According to an audit by the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Army could waste almost $22 billion on HoloLens headsets if soldiers do not like the devices.
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