Windows Holographic at WinHEC this Fall
Windows Holographic represents the next chapter for Windows 10 and our vision for the future of Mixed Reality computing.
We are inviting our OEM, ODM, and developer partners to build great devices and applications for people to experience Windows Holographic - for augmented reality, virtual reality or anything in-between. Windows Holographic will not only support augmented reality, but extend to virtual reality and everything in between, delivering mixed reality experiences. We welcome partners to join us in creating a mixed reality world where all devices work together and experiences blend together.
Topics: This fall’s events will consist of talks and presentations by Microsoft Windows Executives and experts to explain in detail our vision and plans, specifications and guidance on designing optimized PCs to align with our vision. Click the link below to express your interest in attending.
Target Audience: Hardware ecosystem
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