Last month, we reported on some information emerging on Microsoft’s plans for Windows Holographic and bringing Virtual Reality Windows headsets to third-party OEMs. Today, Microsoft has once again come out and detailed that the company is heading to Shenzen, China to talk about new VR headsets at the Windows Hardware Engineering Community event (WinHEC.)
According to the Windows Experience Blog post, the Microsoft team is expected to “talk about Microsoft’s vision for the hardware ecosystem with innovations in mixed reality, gaming, and other incredible opportunities for partners powered by the Windows 10 Creators Update” at WinHEC. Members of Microsoft’s Windows and Devices Group including executive vice president Terry Myerson, and technical fellow and inventor of HoloLens Alex Kipman will be speaking at the event.
The keynote is expected to kick off on Thursday, Dec. 8 at 9:30 a.m. in Shenzhen, China (Wednesday, Dec. 7 at 5:30 pm Pacific time). We’ll be following this event closely, so be sure to stay tuned to OnMSFT for all your Windows news and information.Further reading: Microsoft, Mixed reality, Virtual Reality, Windows, Windows Holographic, WinHEC, WinHEC 2016