Microsoft HoloLens delivers 'Star Wars' holographic message we've been waiting for
Microsoft’s HoloLens has delivered some pretty cool imagery in recent months, but many are still wondering what practical use they’d have for the device on a daily basis
Microsoft may have just answered that question by showing off its HoloLens-powered holoportation system.
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It transmits 3D models of people in remote places in real-time to the HoloLens wearer.
When the person being captured on the other end is situated in a room with an identical layout, the dynamic offers the HoloLens wearer the effect of interacting with a holographic version of the person in their own room