I don’t know what’s more impressive: the new piece of hardware by Microsoft called the HoloLens or the fact that they kept it under the radar despite 7 years of development.
During their Windows 10 event Microsoft showed off a new OS, a new browser and a bunch of other stuff, but to me the most interesting thing they presented was the HoloLens. Microsoft HoloLens is not exactly a holographic system, but an augmented reality device that blends the virtual and the real in one (what looks to be) seamless, head-mounted experience. [...]
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Thomas van Manen is an analyst at VINT. Thomas is working of VINT’s Design to Disrupt research project dealing with the accelerating speed of innovation and the design principles of disruption.
Thomas is also working on designing mobile experiences for wearables and the internet of things. Past research focused on the impact of Big Data, Mobile Information Technologies, Gamification and the Web of Things.
Thomas is also Chief Editor at the VINT research blog and was part of the HOT100 in 2012, a yearly selection of the most promising alumni in Media & Arts studies.
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