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Grab Your HoloLens Development Edition for $3,000

  • 25.10.2016
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Start developing now. The market is expected to grow over $162 billion in just 4 years. Roll in your app ideas. Read below to get a glimpse of what is going to happen. Get ready with your fantastic app ideas – more millionaires will be born overnight… much faster than before.

Redmond-based multinational technology company Microsoft has announced that developers can order up to five HoloLens devices per Microsoft Account (MSA) through the online store, with shipping to the US and Canada.

According to IDC, “worldwide revenues for the augmented reality and virtual reality market will grow from $5.2 billion in 2016 to more than $162 billion in 2020”.

Now any developer with an address in the US or Canada, who is ready to part with $3,000, can join the community and start developing for this implausible augmented reality wearable. Microsoft has slackened the restrictions and has opened up the Holographic platform to third parties. There are no other purchase restrictions other than barring buyers from reselling the product. One can order only up to 5 devices through MSA. These devices can be ordered online, and devices would be shipped to Australian developers in late November.

Microsoft HoloLens is claimed to be the first fully self-contained, holographic computer, enabling you to interact with high definition holograms in the world. This mixed reality head-mounted display smartglass that runs on Windows 10 enables you to interact with content and information in the most natural ways possible.

Microsoft has also unveiled a Commercial Suite featuring HoloLEns Development Edition with enterprise features for added security, device management, and a warranty. Those who can’t wait for the consumer edition of HoloLens can spare $3000 and can have hands on the Development Edition.

For starters, have a look at the 101 ideas for Hololens apps that Kamran has come up with.

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