Augmented reality is a promising new technology with the potential to revolutionize collaborative design and learning. It can also be used to give individualized feedback as a person is moving around without completely eliminating the surrounding visual cues (e.g. virtual reality). Students and researchers can explore these questions at the Immersion Lab with our augmented reality headset, the Microsoft Hololens 2.
Microsoft HoloLens 2
The HoloLens 2 is an untethered mixed reality device with apps and solutions that enhance collaboration. Read text and see intricate details on 3D images. Touch, grasp, and move holograms in ways that feel natural—they respond a lot like real objects. Move freely, with no wires or external packs. The HoloLens 2 headset is a self-contained computer with Wi-Fi connectivity. Read more from Microsoft.
Many application areas utilize augmented reality. See what you can do with these tools for: