Microsoft HoloLens, powered by Windows 10, is the first fully self-contained, holographic computer that enables you to interact with high-definition holograms in your world.

The use of HoloLens has grown so much in the past and is driven in large part by the community of developers and commercial partners around the world who are using mixed reality to change their business.

Microsoft has already shipped HoloLens to developers and commercial customers in Australia, Ireland, France, Germany, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Japan.

To create the future of mixed reality experiences, customers need partners they can trust and that is why Microsoft has welcomed six new Europe-focused partners to the HoloLens Agency Readiness Partner program.

To build applications for customers, companies need help to build and deploy mixed reality applications. There are several choices available to get started:

  1. They can either build applications themselves (using tools like SDK)
  2. They can work with Microsoft directly (by being part of our Enterprise Acceleration Program)
  3. They can use off-the-shelf solutions like SketchUp Viewer and Skype for HoloLens,
  4. or they can work with HoloLens Agency Readiness Partners.

The HoloLens Agency Readiness Partners have all gone through extensive, hands-on training with our team. As part of their commitment, they have delivered real customer solutions for companies around the globe, like Paccar, Lowe’s, Red Bull Air Race, CDM Smith, UK Police Forces, and Alstom.

Working with one of our hand-selected HoloLens Agency Readiness Partners is one of the quickest ways to get started with creating mixed reality applications that can transform working with 3D data, bringing new products and information to life, and creating new opportunities for business growth.

The HoloLens eco-system is flourishing and empowering more clients than any other time in recent history to make HoloLens solutions.