The Magic Leap One mixed reality headset started shipping back in August last year. It was also confirmed that AT&T will provide data for the headset and that it will also be the exclusive wireless distributor for Magic Leap products. That has led to the company “exclusively” selling the headset through its stores and also offering demonstrations.
Microsoft has made a big push for Mixed Reality with Windows 10. It has also been working with OEM partners to develop Mixed Reality Headsets. Starting today, those who are interested in purchasing one can do so from the company itself. Microsoft is now selling two Windows Mixed Reality Headsets to any and all customers who want one.
Microsoft has announced today that its next HoloLens mixed reality headset is going to tout a custom artificial intelligence chip designed by the company itself. An important distinction has to be made here. Microsoft is only going to design this “coprocessor” and not manufacture it. The custom chip is going to be used to analyze visual data on the HoloLens 2 headset itself. This will save time as the headset […]
Microsoft recently revealed that HP, Dell, ASUS, Acer, and Lenovo will all be making Windows Mixed Reality headsets. The company is revealing more information about a couple of those headsets at Computex 2017. It has provided more details about the mixed reality headsets that ASUS, Dell, and Lenovo have in the pipeline.
Microsoft has been working hard to establish its footing in the mixed reality space. The company is now hiring talent for its mixed reality team to work on what appears to be an interesting new project. The job description mentions that the person hired for the job is going to work on a “massively social gaming and entertainment experience” for PC and Xbox. The ideal candidate will be someone who […]
Augmented reality and virtual reality are no longer just buzz words. Serious work is being done by some of the biggest companies in the tech industry to bring this technology to the mainstream. HoloLens is Microsoft’s augmented reality project and the company today announced a partnership with Intel that’s going to bring support for the HoloLens platform to all Windows 10 PCs starting next year.