Next year, all mainstream Windows 10 computers will be able to run augmented and virtual reality applications built for the Windows Holographic platform, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced at the Intel Developer Forum earlier this month.
Windows Holographic was originally developed for the HoloLens, Microsoft’s augmented reality headset.
Watch demo video below:
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