• "We will have developer versions of it first, then commercial use cases, it will evolve. This is a five-year journey. But we're looking forward to getting a V1 out that' more for developers and enterprises, and it's in the Windows 10 timeframe, so it's in the next year," Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella told the BBC in an interview.
  • Previously, Nadella had promised to release Hololens in the "Windows 10 timeframe," which is a vague term. At least we now know we'll see a developer's version before August next year. Some AR demos that Microsoft has given out include turning a room into a Minecraft world a well as a version of Halo for the Hololens.
  • One early app will likely come from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, which has been producing a simulation of Mars designed for Hololens.

 


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