At WPC, Microsoft discussed about the commercial momentum in response to HoloLens – the world’s first fully untethered holographic computing device powered by Windows 10. Microsoft’s partner Autodesk will use HoloLens to fundamentally change how design professionals create, communicate, visualize and work. Microsoft demoed Autodesk’s Maya app that will work with HoloLens. Check out the demo above.
HoloLens is already making an impact across a number of industries, examples include the work we are doing to help architecture and construction industry professionals through Trimble, working on Mars exploration with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and helping Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic transform teaching for the future. This is just the beginning of what holographic computing can help customers do more and achieve more.