By Arjun Kharpal
The future depicted in Hollywood movies may have finally arrived.
Microsoft unveiled an augmented reality headset at an event at its Redmond, WA headquarters on Wednesday that projects holograms onto the real world, in a move that analysts said has given the U.S. technology giant its competitive edge.
A video demonstration of the HoloLens shows people playing Minecraft in their living room or talking to a friend through Skype with the holographic image appearing in front of them.
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