I attended the “Holographic Academy” during Microsoft’s Build conference in San Francisco. It was aimed at developers, and we got a hands-on experience of coding a simple HoloLens app and viewing the results. We were forbidden from taking pictures so you will have to make do with my words; this also means I do not
…continue reading HoloLens: a developer hands-on
Microsoft is revealing its Windows 10 plans in stages, presumably in part to build up expectation and get feedback, and in part because some pieces are ready to show before others.
Today in Redmond Microsoft shared a number of new features. In quick summary:
Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for all Windows
…continue reading Windows 10 and HoloLens: quick thoughts and questions following the January reveal