If you think about it, you have a skeleton inside of you right now which is kind of creepy in you think about it.
If you have a HoloLens Valorem Consulting will make sure you never forget, as their new app combines external sensor data and a HoloLens to help you visualize exactly that.
In their proof of concept video below they demonstrate how to use the HoloLens to project augmented information onto a human body. The person’s live body movements are tracked by an external sensor (presumably a Kinect) and the tracking data is then sent to the HoloLens. The HoloLens wearer can see a virtual 3D model of a skeleton overlaid onto an actual body. The HoloLens and the external sensor space coordinates need to be aligned in order to have a matching overlay and their solution utilizes a customized, intuitive calibration process. As a result they were able to achieve the matching overlay without requiring any additional references.
See the video demo below:
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The HoloLens is currently on sale to enterprise, developers and power users and can be found at the Microsoft Store here.