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NASA video offers a peek at what might be the following Microsoft HoloLens

A brand new video from NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (noticed by Skarredghost) reveals what might be the following HoloLens. As you may see from the picture above, the gadget shares a design language with the present mannequin, but it surely’s completely different.

For one factor, there is no headband throughout the highest. Presumably, because of this it is lighter and fewer prone to fall off of your head, though it does have a knob on the again of it to tighten it. The entrance is clearly completely different too, because it seemingly has a way more comfy match.

You can take a look at the video right here, the place on the finish it reveals the unique HoloLens getting used:

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It’s extra possible that that is only a prototype gadget. All indicators level to the following HoloLens being launched late subsequent 12 months, so the design most likely is not finalized simply but.

Microsoft first confirmed off HoloLens at an occasion in January 2015, which is sort of 4 years in the past now. The developer package began transport in March 2016, and there hasn’t been a brand new mannequin since. The agency has, nonetheless, been creating the following one pretty brazenly.

For instance, at this 12 months’s Build developer convention, Microsoft introduced Project Kinect for Azure, its next-generation sensor that it even stated will likely be within the subsequent HoloLens. Since the corporate has been clear that it is engaged on a brand new iteration, it is completely possible that NASA is testing out the brand new mannequin.

Update: Alex Kipman tweeted that that is certainly a prototype of the primary HoloLens.


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