At its Windows 10 device launch event Microsoft offered yet another sneak peek at its holographic headset, the HoloLens. The new demo offers a closer look at its mixed reality gaming experience. Also Read - Windows 11 Sun Valley teased officially with YouTube video ahead of June 24 reveal
For the demo, Microsoft used a game codenamed Project X-Ray. Together with wearable hologram, users can do some spectacular things. It can turn any of your room into a video game level. As the wearable is untethered, users can experience things like it’s happening around them. The best thing is you don’t need any Internet connectivity or be tethered to any smartphone or PC. Also Read - Windows 10 gets an expiry date: Know how long you can use it before Windows 11 is necessity
The demo shows the player interact with holograms using the wearable hologram controller to kill the robots. Holograms can also interact with the real objects around. For instance, users can use the shield to defend themselves. It does look futuristic, but would be awesome if the real-world experience is exactly the same as shown in the demo. Also Read - E3 2021: What is it, entire schedule, how to watch livestream for free, what to expect
Microsoft will start taking applications for HoloLens development kits. It will be available starting first quarter of 2016 for for $3000 (approximately Rs 195,000).