The design teams across Azure, HoloLens, Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Devices have worked closely together on the new design and its supporting parts, focusing on the immersion, comfort and the ‘time to value’ of the product.
Boasting a new lightweight design and an increased optical resolution from that of its predecessor HoloLens 1, the new device will provide greater level of detail for its display, improved eye tracking, improved hand/eye interaction. Thish opens it up to a greater range of application uses.
Julia White, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Azure – who led the announcement – commented: “The virtually limitless computing power and capability of the cloud combined with increasingly intelligent and perceptive edge devices create experiences we could only imagine a few short years ago.
“When intelligent cloud and intelligent edge experiences are infused with mixed reality, we have a framework for achieving amazing things and empowering even more people.”