If you were impressed by Microsoft’s HoloLens presentation last month during its Windows 10 media presentation and technology update, and remember the quad copter that was featured in the HoloLens demonstration.
Polish 3D printer manufacturer Zortrax has brought the HoloLens functionality a little closer to reality by printing the quadcopter as a real-life product, that was designed by Lorraine during the presentation.
Microsoft is expected to launch their new Windows 10 operating system sometime later this year and explained during the presentation last month that the new Microsoft HoloLens augmented reality system would be available in one form or another sometime during the Windows 10 timeframe. So don’t expect it to be available with Windows 10 at launch but sometime during the operating systems life-cycle which is probably going to be over the next few years.
Microsoft made same bold claims during its Microsoft’s HoloLens presentation and it will be interesting to see just how easy those demonstrations are for Microsoft to re-create within real-world environments both for industry and consumers to enjoy, whilst wearing the HoloLens augmented reality headset.
As more information is released by Microsoft regards their new augmented reality HoloLens headset we will as always keep you up-to-date on developments as and when they happen.
Source: 3DPFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Top News