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Microsoft's new 3D glasses, explained
When Marty McFly traveled forward in time to 2015 in the 1989 film Back to the Future II, one of the technological marvels he found in the future was 3D glasses. In the movie, they were manufactured by JVC, but Microsoft hopes to make them a reality here in the real world.
Microsoft's new product, called HoloLens, will allow people to project virtual objects into the real world. Microsoft has developed a new user interface for 3D computing and hopes to create an important new class of computing devices. Microsoft's 3D goggles could be used by architects to visualize new designs, by NASA scientists to explore the surface of Mars, and by business executives for immersive video conferencing.
Read on for details about Microsoft's new 3D computing platform.
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