NASA and Microsoft collaborate to develop Sidekick based on HoloLens

By June 29, 2015March 24th, 2020Newswires

The space agency was all praise for Microsoft’s creation when it said, “HoloLens could be an invaluable resource for missions deep into our solar system, where communication delays complicate hard operations”. Project Sidekick will use Microsoft HoloLens to provide virtual aid to astronauts working on the global Space Station. “This new technology could also future explorers requiring greater autonomy on the journey to Mars”. “Remote specialist Mode” uses Skype to relay what the astronaut see back to Earth, and an Earthbound operator can draw directly into the astronaut’s field of view, outlining the next step or drawing attention to an important detail.

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