Today in Barcelona, Microsoft has unveiled some very interesting products, with Azure Kinect and HoloLens 2. Microsoft is trying to carve out a niche in the IoT world with Azure Kinect, leveraging their premium tools and security models for IoT with first-party hardware, and the updated HoloLens 2 expands the use-cases and technical specifications, while updating usability and comfort. HoloLens 2 It was almost four years ago that we got our first hands-on with HoloLens and while the first generation headset did have some issues with field-of-view, you could still instantly see the use-cases for HoloLens. In the next four years, Microsoft continued to fill out the software stack for HoloLens, which runs on Windows 10, providing new tools for developers, and new use-cases for clients. HoloLens...
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