Microsoft HoloLens 2 headset, are next-generation “mixed reality” tool and is officially launched today. Microsoft has unveiled its latest HoloLens 2 with the expectations that it will change “the way work gets done.” Microsoft says it will be more innovative and comfortable than the original, and provide “industry-leading value out of the box.” Well Microsoft HoloLens 2 has dedicated sensors and data processors that work together to bring holographic digital content to life. The tool enables the user to interrelate with the real world in a natural way through augmented reality.
Microsoft initially introduced HoloLens way back in 2015. The mixed reality headset were available to public in 2016, but has remained definitely business-focused. Now, the HoloLens 2 brings with it enhanced ergonomics, greater immersion, and improved technology across the board.
Microsoft’s HoloLens 2
The company says the change is equivalent to jumping from a 720p television to a 2K set for each eye. The headset will track your retinas to know exactly where you’re looking, too, and support Windows Hello authentication out of the box. Microsoft HoloLens 2 uses a new “time-of-flight” depth sensor, combined with some fancy algorithms, to track your hands controller-free.
Microsoft’s HoloLens 2 uses recognizable Windows apps and features. User can shop for and download apps straight from the Microsoft Store, browse with Microsoft Edge. Not only that, user can share content, images and can view through remote assist and mixed reality capture.
Talking about the field of view, it has been doubled with the HoloLens 2. Which enable the user to see more at once, which is missing earlier. On the other hand, the holographic density remains the same at 47 pixels per degree, which basically means you shouldn’t be able to discern individual pixels in the projected graphics.
There are improvement on-board AI smarts and upgraded eye-tracking technologies. Now user can interacted directly with HoloLens2. Moreover, for making it more comfortable headset, HoloLens 2 uses your gaze, hand gestures and voice to interact and connect content simultaneously in the real world. Thus, it will create a truly hands-on experience with visuals that bring ideas to life and help you solve problems in real time.