Nerds on the Rocks' resident dork takes a look at Microsoft's announcement of the HoloLens and what it means for the gaming landscape and does it become a competitor to the Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus.
It is cool and it could do some awesome things. But the price has got to be good or it's not worth it to me. Just like Project Morpheus, if it cost as much as the console I'm not getting either.
I'll buy it if it's less than 200.
You might get the empty box of ebay for 200 bux but I think you'll be looking @ more than that when they come out but lets hope your right and they're affordable for everyone who wants one/both.
If they want it to catch on it'll need to be somewhat affordable. especially considering Oculus Rift is launching in the $300 range
'Microsoft needs to stop dreaming big' Thats when i stop reading this article but before i go I'll leave you with this 'Dream big or go home'.
So i guess the author doesn't see the real world applications that hololens could be used for outside of gaming
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