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The US Space Force is blasting off into the future of astronaut training with Microsoft's help. Their new "Immersive Intelligent Environment" (I3E) system uses Microsoft HoloLens
Microsoft to Continue Development of Army’s HoloLens-Based IVAS Despite Windows Mixed Reality Deprecation
Despite discontinuing Windows Mixed Reality, Microsoft's IVAS project for the U.S. Army soldiers is full steam ahead.
Chinese military uses Microsoft's HoloLens 2 for jet maintenance training, raising questions about US tech exports and global AR adoption.
A new Microsoft patent points to a modular AR/VR headset, suggesting a more versatile HoloLens 3 could be coming.
The Army has authorized Microsoft to advance with this potential $22 billion HoloLens initiative.
Apple’s Vision Pro launches to Mainstream AR/VR, but is it really a game-changer or a Microsoft HoloLens clone?
WebView2, powered by Microsoft Edge, offers developers the advantages of web and native features within their applications.
Microsoft says that HoloLens 2 remains a project it is committed too and is essential or the company’s “Industrial Metaverse”.
Microsoft’s HoloLens and MRTK job cuts, alongside the closure of AltSpaceVR, signals change in the company’s AR/VR ambitions.
Microsoft’s decision to cut over 10,000 jobs in the coming three months will include HoloLens employees leaving their positions.
The US Army will start sending IVAS HoloLens units to field soldiers in 2023, with 10,000 devices during the first batch.
Microsoft Teams now integrates more deeply with HoloLens 2, including the ability to add contacts, join meetings, and chat.
Microsoft says that it will build a HoloLens 3 headset by only when the company thinks there is value for customers.
Microsoft is combining HoloLens 2 with services such as Teams, Azure, and Dynamics 365 Mixed Reality Apps suite.
Shareholders and employees want an independent review of the HoloLens US Army contract, but Microsoft is seeking to shut it down.
Microsoft’s controversial $21bn contract with the US Army to provide HoloLens 2 with IVAS technology is now underway.
Developed alongside VW, Microsoft says the Moving Platform for HoloLens 2 solves issues with the headset in moving environments.
Microsoft’s HoloLens IVAS contract with the U.S. Army is turning sour and the company may get less than the stated $22bn contract.
A leaked memo suggests Microsoft thinks the US Army is unimpressed with HoloLens 2 IVAS amid $22 billion contract.
Sources say Microsoft is ditching HoloLens 3 in favor of a Samsung partnership, but the company denies the claims.