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Microsoft on Sunday launched the company's second generation mixed reality headset at MWC 2019 – the HoloLens 2. But the successor to the first generation of HoloLens brings a tonne of improvements such as a better display, more comfortable design, improved gesture controls, and also a better performance coupled with the higher power efficiency.

However, the HoloLens 2 has been priced at $3,500 (around Rs. 2,49,000) and it is now available for buyers in United States, Japan, China, Germany, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Australia, and also New Zealand from the official Microsoft e-shop. But the company also launched the Azure Kinect at MWC 2019.

Moreover, the Redmond giant at MWC 2019 launch event claims to have doubled the field of view on it's second-generation Windows Mixed reality headset vis-à-vis its predecessor, but a figure that now stands at 52-degrees while maintaining the holographic density of 47 pixels per degree of sight. However, Microsoft has employed the microelectromechanical system (MEMS) display technology for HoloLens 2 and claims that it offers the equivalent of a 2K display for each eye.

Note, that the HoloLens 2 derives its power from Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 Compute Platform as well as a custom-built Holographic Processing Unit. The Audio input and output are handled by 5-channel microphone array and a built-in spatial audio hardware respectively.

But there is an Iris scanner for the authentication that goes through the security process while users are wearing the headset, which means as soon as the headset is fitted, they are good to go. A USB-Type C port is there for charging while an 8-megapixel sensor facilitates video conferencing.

But Note, that One of the most notable features of this HoloLens 2 is that it allows users to interact with holograms with their hands, even letting them feel it via synthetic tactile feedback, all thanks to an advanced ToF sensor that works in tandem with a built-in AI and spatial awareness algorithm. However, aside from manipulating holograms via aerial hand gestures, But the HoloLens also helps control the holograms via eye tracking and also voice commands.

However, the HoloLens 2 has a flip-up visor design and also features a dial-in fit design which allows users to have the most optimum fit. But aside from the improved ergonomics, the HoloLens 2 also features an advanced vapour chamber technology for better thermal management and it also features a carbon fibre chassis. Moreover, In addition to this HoloLens 2, Microsoft also announced a new software solution called the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Guidelines that has been designed for first-line workers and offers step-by-step instructions in real-time for various work scenarios.

Note, that the company has also launched a second hardware product in addition to the HoloLens 2 at its press event today – the Azure Kinect. However, the Azure Kinect – which is also called the Azure Kinect Developer Kit (DK) marks the return of the Kinect technology following Microsoft's pulling the plugs on manufacturing the Kinect back in 2017. However, the Azure Kinect is an AI-backed solution for enterprise customers that is integrated with the company's Azure cloud services. It packs a ToF sensor, a 12-megapixel RGB camera and also a 1-megapixel depth sensing lens. moreover, the Azure Kinect's sensors create a 3D map of the surroundings and also utilise AI for real-time situation assessment and sending alerts. But the Azure Kinect is priced at $399 and is now up for pre-order, however, it will initially available only in the United States and China.


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