Microsoft has launched its HoloLens 2 mixed reality headset in India to enable businesses across different industries to make use of the capabilities of mixed reality solutions. We are in a new era of computing, in which the digital world goes beyond two-dimensional screens and enters the three-dimensional world,” Microsoft India COO Rajiv Sodhi, said, adding that the device can aid businesses and their employees complete crucial tasks faster, safer, and more efficiently.
Essentially, mixed reality blends the physical and digital worlds, from augmented reality to virtual reality, making it possible for these worlds to interact in real-time. Features: The headset features see-through holographic lenses with 2k 3:2 light engines. It has four visible light cameras for head tracking, two IR cameras for eye tracking, a 1-MP time-of-flight depth sensor, and an 8-MP RGB camera sensor. The device also has a five-channel microphone array, built-in speakers with spatial audio. It uses smart microphones and natural language speech processing to support voice commands. It also allows people to securely log in to the device using their eyes with Windows Hello.