While there have been a number of demos of what developers can do with HoloLens, many of those have been presented at Microsoft events. A new video demonstrates what developers can do with the headset when left to their own devices. Coming from Romeriaux on YouTube, the video shows off a simple geographic information system (GIS) app running on the HoloLens, projecting a campus on a table as though it were actually there.

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This is an interesting use of HoloLens that we haven't really seen before. GIS applications, often used to map out buildings or terrain, seem well-suited to use with an augmented reality headset. It's certainly a nice proof-of-concept, and we look forward to seeing what other independent developers can come up with for HoloLens.