Add a new dimension to your apps
Find the resources you need to support mixed reality applications.
Join the Mixed Reality Developer Program
Don’t miss out on the latest mixed reality developer tools, events, and early-access offers.
Build a HoloLens 2 or VR app, game, or experience with StereoKit – a code-first, open source library for building MR apps by using C# and OpenXR.
Build your way
Wherever your mixed reality projects will be deployed—head-mounted displays to web or mobile games—Microsoft can help get you there, no matter the device, language, or environment.
Code-first MR development
Create cross-platform mixed reality experiences with C#, OpenXR, and an open-source library that addresses the most common and challenging aspects of MR development.
Work at real-world scale
Reduce development hassles with services that make mapping, sharing, and persistent 3D content a snap.
Keep 3D content in place
Automatically align and anchor 3D content to objects in the physical world without markers or manual adjustments.
Offload compute to the cloud
Render even the most complex models in the cloud and stream them in real time to interact and collaborate with 3D content in amazing detail.
Create collaborative mixed reality experiences
Enable presence and shared experiences from anywhere—on any device—through mixed reality applications.
The making of the Ford GT40 experience
Find out how Mixed Reality Toolkit (MRTK) for Unreal helped create a HoloLens 2 experience of the Ford GT40, the legendary race car that beat Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The making of Kippy’s Escape
Use the Mixed Reality Toolkit (MRTK) and sample code to explore how to create a fun and challenging game that demonstrates the Unreal Engine’s powerful HoloLens 2 support, as well as the HoloLens 2’s capabilities.
The making of Designing Holograms
Take a deep dive into mixed reality behaviors, tips, and recommendations to help you create engaging 3D designs and HoloLens apps of your own.
More natural interactions in the HoloLens Playground
From catching a virtual hummingbird to playing a virtual piano, the HoloLens Playground enables you to build more natural interactions into your holograms.
The easy way to explore MRTK: Surfaces
Get accustomed to the Mixed Reality Toolkit (MRTK)'s input system and building for HoloLens 2.
Make virtual connections with the Microsoft Mesh App
Interact as if you’re face-to-face even when you’re not. The Microsoft Mesh App delivers 3D content that makes collaboration natural.
Forums and resources
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Capture 3D imagery and pair advanced sensor data with AI-driven insights.