Microsoft HoloLens

Primary Application

Gaming, Industrial & Entertainment

About HoloLens

A standalone, untethered, holographic wearable computing device that projects high-definition holograms directly into the user's field of vision. The HoloLens is the first attempt to bring augmented reality and holographic technology into the practical computing.

Company

Microsoft

Device Name

HoloLens

Product Release

July 2016

Price

$3,000.00 USD

HoloLens Network


Components

Depth Camera, Microphone, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Magnetometer, Ambient Light Sensor, Video Camera, Holographic Waveguide Display & Compass

Power Source

Rechargeable Battery

Connectivity

Bluetooth & WiFi

Compatibility

Windows

Workplace Applications

Complex Assembly Guidance, Process Adherence, Intelligent Information Delivery, Productivity, Digital Job Hazard Assessments, Occupational Health and Safety, Automated Environment Digitization & Cost Reduction

Applicable Industry

Manufacturing

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