HoloLens: The latest mind-blowing demosMicrosoft dazzles developers with demos of its HoloLens at Build 2015.
And today, we take the next step in unveiling the Windows holographic platform. This is like with holograms. Everything is right where he wants it. And if I look up here on the wall, I've got a video player. I simply reach out, air tap and I'm right in the [INAUDIBLE] Now wherever I go in my house, my entertainment tags along. And I can scale it as big as I want. Using holograms, we can easily separate and focus in on individual systems. We can even see inside the heart to see the valves in action. This could change how everyone learns. Imagine for a moment, some of the other fields that could be changed. Chemistry and genetics, art, engineering, and paleontology. [APPLAUSE] I'd like you to meet B15. B15, wake up. We were We're able to overlay a holographic robot on top of a physical one. B-15 control panel. This facial UI system is a universal Window's app. And with Window's Holographics, we can scan an environment, we can que up movement paths, and visualize the robot's path. So all I have to do is air tap the ground. My HoloLens interprets the 3D points, and tells B-15 when to turn and when to move forward. But, what happens when the environment actually changes? That's no problem because with my HoloLens, I'm always aware of B-15. I can see it updated its route to go around you. And this is critical if you're working with bigger robots like those in automotive manufacturing. You need to always be aware of a robot's intentions. So that's how we envision controls and displays evolving with holograms.