Microsoft Hololens – A Mixed Reality Headset

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Everyday some new concepts and latest technologies are being added to the VR games, to provide you with more realistic experiences in the gaming world. You all might have heard or read about the Hololens reviews. Microsoft has launched its Microsoft Hololens in 2016. It is the first completely wireless holographic (3D graphics) computer formed into a headset that allows you to see, hear, and interact with special type of 3D images or photographs formed by the interference of light beams from light source in which object shown look solid, as if they are real rather than flat, technically they are called Holograms. Microsoft Hololens enables you to engage with your digital content and bring high- definition holograms to integrate in the world around you.

Microsoft hololens is the augmented reality headset. It projects images over your vision so they appear as holograms. Unlike virtual realities, which takes over your entire vision and sensation and transport you to another world, where as augmented reality enhances the existing world around you. But what makes it different from HTC Vive games or from other virtual games.

Let’s know how it actually works. The Hololens comes with semitransparent holographic lenses which generates multi- dimensional full color holograms. It’s not actually producing 3D images; instead it brings the wonders of computer directly to the one you are living in, while wearing hololens you can still see the real world in front of you. You can walk around and talk to others as you normally do. Hololens infuses virtual elements onto your vision. That means it’s different to virtual reality headsets such as the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Playstation VR. These VR headsets immerse you in a fully simulated digital world, whereas the HoloLens uses the real world to cast virtual elements.

 

 

 

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