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Microsoft HoloLens will help you design the kitchen of your dreams at Lowe's

Microsoft HoloLens will help you design the kitchen of your dreams at Lowe's

Jacob Kleinman

The HoloLens is headed to Lowe’s! Microsoft announced recently that it’s launching a new pilot program to bring the holographic headset to a few of the home improvement chain’s locations. Lowe’s will use HoloLens to help customers visualize the changes they want to make to their homes. Specifically, you’ll be able to fill a real in-store kitchen with holograms of cabinets, countertops...

These are the holographic games you'll be playing with the HoloLens Dev Edition

These are the holographic games you'll be playing with the HoloLens Dev Edition

Jacob Kleinman

Microsoft finally opened up HoloLens pre-orders for its $3,000 developer edition on Monday. The holographic headset comes with plenty of software and apps, but it also includes a pretty big surprise: three awesome augmented reality games to help inspire developers. The most exciting of the three HoloLens games may be Young Conker. It’s a spinoff of the popular Conker series, which...

HoloLens' field of view is like standing 2 feet away from a 15" monitor, says Microsoft

HoloLens' field of view is like standing 2 feet away from a 15" monitor, says Microsoft

Joey Davidson

The Field of View for the HoloLens has been a point of discussion for consumers and press ever since its unveiling back at E3 in 2015. Once previews started hitting the Internet, folks suggested that the HoloLens offers of a rather narrow field of view. An official stat from Microsoft has further reinforced that notion. Before we go any further, you might wonder what field of view (or...

HoloLens demos begin at Microsoft's NYC flagship store

HoloLens demos begin at Microsoft's NYC flagship store

Jacob Kleinman

Dying to try Microsoft’s HoloLens for yourself? Well we have good news and bad news. The good news is the company just opened an ongoing “HoloLens” experience showcase at its new flagship store in Manhattan. The bad news is it’s only open to developers, though there is a bit of a roundabout. We understand why Microsoft would limit its demos to developers. After all, the company needs...