Microsoft talks about HoloLens for more than one year and even managed to attract NASA’s attention.
With the help of WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, Microsoft’s HoloLens can communicate very well with all devices that are compatible with this standard. In addition, HoloLens can smoothly run any universal applications designed for Windows 10. If you want to interconnect several kits to share the augmented reality experiences, this will be possible, both in the same room as well as in different corners of the world. Although the rumors about this futuristic technology were lovely, only now we see what HoloLens is capable of.
Alex Kipman, head of the HoloLens project, made a demonstration that is more relevant than any other in the past during the TED conference in Vancouver. Last year, Tech Inside has received a demo but the lens was not that brilliant. But now, Kipman surpassed himself demonstrating the world first holographic teleportation in real life. Basically, there was a virtual conversation between him and a scientist of NASA, located outside the building, which made his appearance in a 3D version. You can see in the photo below how the experiment looked like: