Microsoft’s working on a virtual workspace not just for its HoloLens augmented reality headset, but for some other powerful virtual reality headsets. If it goes on your head and has a PC somewhere along the chain, you can probably use Windows 10 while in it, right?
Well, Microsoft will try. And at Intel’s Developer Conference today, it has decided to show people it is trying.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 holographic platform is promising to get into not only AR headsets, but VR ones and mixed reality ones (such as Intel’s Project Alloy, also shown at the conference), too. All Windows 10 PCs will be getting these features some time next year, so if you want to take full advantage of it, get yourself some.