ThyssenKrupp Elevator is developing software for the Microsoft Hololens that will both train elevator repairmen on how to work on different elements of an elevator and understand a variety of parts.
Read more at FastCompany: https://www.fastcompany.com/3063825/with-hololens-microsoft-is-learning-from-google-glasss-failure
How is the construction industry taking advantage of new immersive technologies? Find out at the VRAR World Blog.
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What ideas do holograms represent and how will they be used to enhance and enrich our everyday lives?
Read more at The Atlantic: http://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/08/help-us-tupac-youre-our-only-hope/497435/
"During the Intel Developer Forum 2016 opening keynote on Tuesday, company CEO Brian Krzanich finally revealed the company’s virtual reality project, aka “Project Alloy.” The headset is completely untethered, meaning users can move about freely without cords, and without an additional PC and battery strapped to their back. It’s utterly self-contained and appears to be rather comfortable to wear, despite its current bulky size."
Read more at Digital Trends: www.digitaltrends.com/virtual-reality/intel-project-alloy-vr-headset-self-contained/#ixzz4HbE5NZTE
Take a look at some of the talks on VR given by Josh and Alex (with Alexa helping out behind the scenes):