Microsoft opens up HoloLens platform to rivals, developers
Embed Share USA TODAY's Marco Della Cava demonstrates how Microsoft's augmented reality headset shows how one day we may only interact with digital content in holographic form. Martin E. Klimek, USA TODAY Microsoft executives gathered to show off the company's HoloLens, a venture into augmented reality goggles that is expected to be one of the VR/AR...
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