Microsoft recently invited me to join mixed reality pioneer Alex Kipman, the company’s Technical Fellow for Windows Mixed Reality, in a one-on-one chat. The difference was it wasn’t on Zoom, or Teams: it was gathered around a virtual table that sprouted up in my home office.
A holographic cartoon version of Alex hovered in my space and I walked around him. The only thing I needed to connect was a self-contained visor I wore over my face: the Microsoft Hololens 2. My test-drive of the Hololens 2 at home, for the first time ever, showed me where AR glasses are likely to head. And, also, the challenges that have yet to be solved. Microsoft Mesh, a technology…
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