Microsoft has released a series of 6 videos as part of their online Mixed Reality Academy 213 course designed to help Unity developers get up to speed developing Windows Mixed Reality Apps including the use of Windows Mixed Reality Controllers.
In the exercise, developers are guided to create a simple spatial painting experience.
According to recent SteamVR stats Windows Mixed Reality headsets currently make up around 5% of headsets in use, and due to Microsoft’s close relations with PC OEMs and attractive bundles, this will likely continue to rise in the future, making it important for VR developers to get to grips with the platform.
See the first video embedded below:
The full course can be seen at Microsoft here.