Microsoft is teed up to host its Mixed Reality Dev Days again for 2020. The even takes places on May 16-17 in Redmond, Washington. After that, Mixed Reality Dev Days is also set to go on tour in Germany and Japan.
Microsoft's new HoloLens wearable headset is now commercially available to customers and is shipping today. It's the first Windows Core OS device to me made available for sale, and features improved interaction models, a new Snapdragon 850 processor, a wider field of view, and much more.
We go hands-on with HoloLens 2 at Build 2019 to detail all the new improvements and changes being made to HoloLens OS. Announced at Mobile World Congress in February, the HoloLens 2 is Microsoft's second-generation holographic computer, aimed primarily at businesses in need of unique computing experiences for workers. It's also a technical marvel.
With enhancements Microsoft made to HoloLens 2, it's tempting to envision what a future consumer headset could ultimately deliver. But with an intense focus on enterprise, Microsoft has a tough path forward if it wants to break that barrier.