Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Developers excited about HoloLens, say it needs a whole new way of thinking

8ninths virtual workstation. Video shot by Esy Casey and edited by Nathan Fitch. (video link)

The first HoloLens Development Edition kits are shipping today to developers selected to be in the first wave of availability. Over the weekend, the $3,000 kits should get into the hands of developers not bound by NDAs and other restrictions, making this the first time we'll start to see and understand just what the device can be used for.

However, these aren't the first developers outside of Redmond to use the HoloLens. The company has been working with a select group of teams to develop apps for the augmented reality headset and to better learn how to use the hardware.

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