Undoubtedly one of the best moments of E3 2015 was the HoloLens demo at Microsoft's conference. Live on stage, with help from a specially designed camera, they showed off their augmented reality (AR) headset with Minecraft. It blew people away.
Used in tandem with existing versions of the game (presumably on PC and Xbox only) HoloLens will allow players to take the Minecraft world out of the screen into the real world, where they can inspect it in great deal and influence it to help or hinder players on their server.
Seeing the blocky creations of the demo world rise up from that table, the fellow player walking through it and the ways HoloLens allows players to see inside buildings and below the surface – it was unreal to see the concept hinted at in the headset's reveal video brought to life.