Microsoft’s Holographic Academy Is Helping Developers To Bring Their Ideas To Life

Microsoft HoloLens combines breakthrough hardware, input, and machine learning so you can bring mixed reality experiences to life using the real world as your canvas. While Microsoft is working hard to release development tools for their Holographic platform, Microsoft has confirmed that developers can start by building Windows universal apps and Unity based apps/games to target HoloLens. For the first time at Build 2015, developers get hands-on experience with Microsoft Hololens. It will help them imagine how it will change the ways we interact with interfaces, information, and with each other. At Holographic Academy in the BUILD, developers will learn more about bringing their ideas to life with the help from developers from Microsoft HoloLens team.

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