Microsoft HoloLens: How Set Up Your Holographic Environment

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Microsoft HoloLens is not available for sale for everyone, but developers are getting a chance to try a development version of it. Microsoft is publishing a lot of content to help developers get started. Its latest video shows how to set up your holographic environment.

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You are going to need Visual Studio, HoloLens Emulator, and the Unity engine to get started. More information is available here.

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