"See Microsoft's Holographic computing in action"
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See Microsoft's Holographic computing in action
I'll point your attention to this screen here behind me, where at first you're going to see through Lorraine's eyes.
You're going to see exactly what she's seeing, I mean the hologram's into the world.
Then as we start building, we'll swap to this custom camera rig right here so you can easily understand how hologram.
Fit into your world.
Shall we play it, Lorraine?
Nice work, Windows 10.
I'm a freaking hologram.
For today's creation, Lorraine is going to create our very own customized quadcopter.
We'll I'm sort of a space buff, so I thought I would go with a UFO theme.
And I think you'll see I've got this cool ray gun shape I'm gonna use in a minute.
Oh I like it.
Now, as Lorraine finishes building the first leg of the quadcopter, she's going to have to create three more.
And notice how easy it is for her to mirror and then copy it.
Let's get that bright yellow again.
There we go, for this piece.
I'm getting a good Area 51 Vibe.
This is a 3-D print we made earlier of Lorraine's creation and Lorraine's quadcopter.
This is made entirely in Holo Studio.
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