Intel Announces Project Alloy, A Merged Reality VR Headset Powered By Windows Holographic

Project Alloy VR Headset

Intel today announced Project Alloy, an all-in-one VR headset powered by Windows Holographic platform. It is a fully untethered headset and it includes CPU, graphics, batteries, and sensors just like HoloLens. It also has Intel RealSense cameras built into it allowing you to see the outside environment. Intel has built this as a reference platform for OEMs allowing them to create new VR/Mixed-Reality hardware powered by Windows Holographic. Intel will open source Project Alloy details by 2H 2017.

Project Alloy

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