At Build developer conference, Microsoft demonstrated two new mixed reality apps that will help its customers in many ways.
The first app is called Microsoft Remote Assist which enables collaboration in mixed reality to solve problems faster. Firstline workers can collaborate remotely with heads-up, hands-free video calling, image sharing, and mixed reality annotations. They can share what they see with an expert on Microsoft Teams, while staying hands-on to solve problems and complete tasks together, faster.
The second app is called Microsoft Layout which allows you to import 3D models to easily create room layouts in real-world scale and experience designs as high-quality holograms in physical or virtual space and edit in real time. With Microsoft Layout, you can see ideas in context, saving valuable time and money.
Both these apps are now available in preview from Microsoft Store. For a limited-time, both these apps will be available for free. You can download it using the below links: