One of the exciting new things Microsoft revealed yesterday is Windows Holographic, an augmented reality experience that promises to add holograms to the world around you. The HoloLeans headset is described as a hologram generator, it requires no wires nor a PC to operate. The device is basically a self-contained computer with CPU, GPU and dedicated holographic processor.
Full details at The Verge.
Though still early in its development, HoloLens will be made available "in the Windows 10 timeframe" and, according to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, it will be priced "for both enterprise and consumers to use it." Microsoft has already shown HoloLens to at least one games publisher, with Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick describing the experience as "extraordinary."