Microsoft’s HoloLens conversion with the holographic technology environment
#Cosmoread: Microsoft HoloLens: Vancouver, Canada, on the TED stage, Alex Kipman its latest baby demoed. And he had a scene with a bang. Kipman a hologram on stage, a NASA scientist teleported. Here is a look at the new technology and how it can change your world.
A new reality
HoloLens headset, which is the weight of the sensor, a fisheye lens camera and is equipped with a holographic processing unit.
Kipman demonstrates how HoloLens real terms, which headset to five frames per second with spatial mapping technique maps out, in real time lets you overlay on the hologram. With hand gestures to move the wearer can modify and holograms.
And unlike real life, maybe holograms as Kipman angel (or ELF) with the shows on stage with him.
HoloLens with a gloss to wear make-believe that the person walking through the woods and you can find out in your room (or a TED talk) phase change.
NASA scientist Jeff Norris was teleported, or at least it was on the stage with a hologram Kipman. “I’m really in three places,” Norris said. “I’m standing in a room across the street, while I while I’m standing on a Tue planet for a hundred million miles away, stood on the stage.”
“The data captured by the Mars Rover Curiosity made a precision Tue holographic replica of the planet is.”
NASA is using HoloLens your feet planted firmly on the Earth-like planet astronaut Tue allow you to explore other planets.
NASA and Microsoft engineers on NASA’s Weightless Wonder C9 jet test project sidekick. Project sidekick for astronauts working on the International Space Station to provide virtual assistance will use Microsoft HoloLens.