Microsoft Announces Hololens 2 at Mobile World Congress – Variety








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Microsoft unveiled the second generation of its Hololens augmented reality headset at a press event in Barcelona Sunday. The new headset features mode than double its field of view, according to Microsoft technical fellow Alex Kipman, while still offering 47 pixels per degree of sight.

The headset comes with integrated eye tracking as well as hand tracking, and is meant to be more ergonomic. Microsoft developed what Kipman called a “universal fit system” for the device — a subtle dig at the Magic Leap One, which has to be custom-fitted for each and every user.

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