The next step in Windows technology is a new headset that uses holograms called Microsoft HoloLens, operating system group technical fellow Alex Kipman announced today.
Kipman unveiled the Microsoft HoloLens, "the most advanced holographic computer the world has ever see," onstage. The HoloLens uses see-through lenses, spatial sound and advanced sensors. It includes built-in high-end CPU and GPU. Holograms are universal apps and all universal apps can be made to work with Windows holographic, Kipman added.