How Microsoft HoloLens is being used in the real world

Find out how Microsoft's Hololens is bringing mixed reality into a number of industries

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Microsoft's Hololens has been around for a couple of years now. But is still in its infancy when it comes to finding real-life applications. The mixed reality technology differs from VR in that images can be projected onto objects in the physical world and anchored to them. 

HoloLens is not a consumer AR headset. For starters it costs between $3000 to $5000, so the current use cases all apply to industry verticals, be it medicine, manufacturing, architecture, travel and leisure or entertainment.

Here, we list some of the latest and most interesting of Microsoft's partner case studies so far.