“The games industry is always a place for innovation.”
By Emanuel Maiberg
In January, Microsoft revealed Hololens, an augmented reality headset that blends your digital life with the real world. The reveal video even showed off how it might be used to play Minecraft, which Microsoft acquired last year for $2.5 billion. It’s a different type of technology with a different focus compared to the virtual reality headset we’ve seen from Oculus, Sony’s Morpheus, and the recently revealed Vive from Valve and HTC. However, Head of Xbox Phil Spencer said that HoloLens doesn’t prevent Microsoft from getting into virtual reality in the future.
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