HoloLens Jon LaJeunesse

Alex Kipman has been working on a Hologram device with Microsoft for years when he helped to create the HoloLens, using Augmented Reality.

The Hololens receives data that tracks your movement and watches the gaze of your eyes.

With the data from your movements and eye gazes that is used as input, the HoloLens sends back lights into your eyes to stimulate them and make it feel like you're surrounded by different holographic objects, moving around in them.

The HoloLens processes your actual movements and lets you move around the world of Augmented reality

The HoloLens stores so many apps that you can have fun with, as well as useful tools that many use in their specific profession.

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