Acer has announced the launch of its Windows Mixed Reality headset, the Acer OJO 500, in India. The new headset features a unique detachable design that enables the lens and head strap to be individually removed, making the headset easy to store and clean. The headset is available with either a hard or soft head […]
Microsoft Outings, an app that acts like a personal travel guide has now made its way to the Microsoft Store as a Windows Mixed Reality app.
This year has been pretty quiet on the Windows Mixed Reality front, but Samsung has just announced a new version of its premium HMD Odyssey headset.
Microsoft is apparently working on a new a radial interface that would let consumers easily type characters on the Xbox One or Windows Mixed Reality using gamepad thumbsticks or various gestures.
At the annual IFA trade show in Berlin, Acer took the wraps off several new devices coming to consumers in the second half of 2018. The highlight happens to be their OJO 500 Windows Mixed Reality Headset with a detachable design.
A little over half a year later from Gen 1, it is looking as though the Korean firm is working on a new version of the Odyssey, though it might just be a minor upgrade
Though there weren’t new Mixed Reality features to be talked about, there were some notable big conferences and also improvements to Microsoft 365. Here’s a look month’s months news.
Microsoft announced yesterday the addition of a Windows Mixed Reality “Flashlight” which will soon let you check in and see the real world while still wearing the headset.
Well, the original release of the apps was scheduled for May 22, which is today, and Microsoft is now officially hyping up the apps for you lucky HoloLens owners.
In a new video, Microsoft’s Alex Kipman highlights all the new features users can expect with Windows Mixed Reality and HoloLens after installing the latest version of Windows 10.
At the annual Hannover Messe show in Germany, Microsoft is highlighting how their customers and partners are using HoloLens and Windows Mixed Reality
Yet another Redstone 4 build is now rolling out to HoloLens, and this time it’s the same build 17133.1004 build that previously rolled out to Windows Insiders on PC.
The Redstone 4 preview comes with many new features, including expanded voice command support, expanded audio immersion, the introduction of File Explorer, and more.
The Redmond giant says that the 3D optimization tool Simplygon now supports most common CAD file formats, helping bring Computer Aided Design to more enterprises.
Fast Ring Insiders can now download the Windows 10 RS4 build 17127, which brings some improvements for Cortana and Windows Mixed Reality.