At Build 2015, Microsoft revealed a lot of new things on Windows Holographic and the HoloLens. The company showed off HoloLens running universal apps and allowed attendees to use the device. Windows Holographic and HoloLens looks amazing, and companies don’t want to be late to the technology – which is why we’ve already seen a few companies announcing HoloLens for their services – such as Unity.
Autodesk recently announced that the company will also add support for Windows Holographic to its 3d modelling software Maya and Fusion 360 — allowing users to create 3d models and view it on HoloLens. As you may expect, the company didn’t reveal much information on this as HoloLens is yet to be available to the public.
It’ll be interesting to see how Autodesk do with Windows Holographic and HoloLens in the coming months. What do you think? Discuss in the comment section below!