Microsoft's augmented-reality HoloLens 2 headset is beginning to roll out to customers in select countries worldwide.
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Microsoft continues to plug away at making holoportation possible and is showing off how it might work using currently available Microsoft services and technologies.
Microsoft's new HoloLens 2 is a launchpad for vertical-specific business applications. But Firefox and games seem to be headed to the platform, too.
Microsoft could potentially show off its next version of its HoloLens mixed-reality goggles at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona at the end of February, given a press invitation to an event there.
PerceptiveIo, a stealth startup formed by a handful of former Microsoft holoportation and AI experts, may have been acquired by Google.
Microsoft is readying a Windows 10 'Redstone 4' update for the HoloLens, which will be its first new feature update for the device since 2016.
Microsoft is lighting up new features in its Power BI app for use with the HoloLens, in another example of the company reemphasizing business-use cases for the devices.
Microsoft is promising an ambitious year on the mixed-reality front. And, seemingly, holoportation/teleportation is still part of its vision.
The Microsoft AR/VR pendulum seems to be swinging back toward emphasizing the potential business use of HoloLens and mixed reality headsets.
Microsoft also takes the wraps off another Mixed Reality headset and reiterates its Windows Mixed Reality vision at its Windows Mixed Reality showcase in San Francisco.