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Microsoft HoloLens Development Edition pre-order opens, shipping March 30

 

Microsoft officially announces HoloLens Development edition Pre order. You can now pre-order your pack of Microsoft HoloLens developer edition from Microsoft and they will ship it on March 30.

Microsoft has introduced their new tech innovation HoloLens technology on a hardware event hosted by Microsoft on October 16. Since then everyone of us were waiting to work with HoloLens , if you are one of them you can now pre order your developer edition from Microsoft.  The device costs $3000 which is quite much.The delivery date is March 30 as we expected. The company has already provided tutorial documents as well as videos for app developers to learn it. With HoloLens you can create and shape holograms with gestures, communicate with apps using your voice, and navigate with a glance. HoloLens understands your gestures, gaze, and voice, enabling you to interact in the most natural way possible. With spatial sound, HoloLens allows you to hear holograms from anywhere in the room, even if they are behind you.

Microsoft also stated : 

Developers who purchase HoloLens will have immediate access to hundreds of UWP apps through the Windows Store – great and familiar apps like OneDrive, Maps, Remote Desktop, People, Movies & TV, Groove Music and Microsoft Office apps. The Microsoft HoloLens Development Edition also gives developers access to a showcase of holographic app experiences to help get them started. These experiences are designed to demonstrate what the device can do, and how it operates, in order to inspire developers to create incredible things.

Read more about HoloLens.

Read our last article about HoloLens.

Visit www.hololens.com/developmentedition to apply now for the Microsoft HoloLens Development Edition. Devices start shipping in the US and Canada on March 30that a price of $3,000.

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