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With HoloLens, Microsoft charts its own course for head-mount displays

Fred O'Connor | Jan. 23, 2015
HoloLens, which debuted Wednesday during a Windows 10 event, displays high-quality images, an area where Glass has struggled.

Microsoft must now get developers to create apps for HoloLens and, by extension, Windows 10, since the device is tied to the OS. Developers will also be keen to hear pricing and a release date for HoloLens, details Microsoft has yet to share.

"Developers will need more information before committing significant resources, especially volume manufacturing. Microsoft needs to sell a lot of units to entice developers, which means apps that are integrated with Windows 10," said Campbell.


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