Microsoft bring Windows Holographic to all Windows 10 users
Windows 10 users will able to see mixed reality starting next year – with an update planned that can let any mainstream Windows 10 PC run Windows Holographic shell the company first revealed in January 2015.
update will allow users to multi task in mixed reality environments combine traditional 2D Windows 10 apps with immersive 3D graphical environments.
These will be enabled via a range of “6 degrees of freedom devices input devices that add positional tracking to other more traditional forms of input like clicking and pointing.
Windows team trying to make this more broadly available too thanks to support for a range of Windows 10 PCs that don’t necessarily need the specs required to run full scale VR today.
As an example Microsoft presented a video of Windows 10 Holographic running at 90 FPS on an Intel NUCtiny desktop PC that not super expensive – included integrated Intel graphics.