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Microsoft HoloLens: My impression

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(Post picture: © 2018 Microsoft)

On my last day at IFA 2018 in Berlin, I had the first opportunity to try out the Microsoft HoloLensprobeer Here's what I think of it.

The Microsoft HoloLens looks very similar to other mixed reality glasses and VR glasses with the difference that you can still see your surroundings through the lens. Behind the glass there is a display on which the holograms that the glasses can conjure up in the room are shown.

My impression

The glasses are made of black plastic and are therefore very light. The bracket that comes around the head has also been padded to make it comfortable to wear. Unfortunately, the glasses hardly fit me because of the strange shape of my head. Constantly pressing somewhere or the HoloLens slipping down.

This is what the HoloLens looks like (Image: TechnikNews, 2018)

With the HoloLens you could then do a demo of a shooter gameprobeer Holes were constantly being punched into the walls of the room through which enemy robots could enter. I had to shoot them with finger movements recognized by the camera in the glasses, which worked surprisingly well. In addition, there were never any performance drops and the sound that was output via the speakers on the side also sounded totally okay. Also, the cracks and holes in the wall were displayed perfectly.

However, it should be noted that the HoloLens is actually not there for gaming - the headset was developed more for business purposes. If you still want to have the glasses as a private person, they cost around 3000 euros.

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David Haydl

David lives in Graz and has been there for around half a decade TechnikNews, also editor-in-chief for some time. He regularly provides the site with news, test reports and the like TechnikNews Weekly, which was his idea to launch. He likes to spend his free time outdoors, listening to a lot of music (and clearly too loud) and some podcasts on all kinds of topics, and also likes to go running. He enjoys the time that remains with his charming girlfriend or in front of the TV.

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