Microsoft HoloLens: Partner Spotlight with Volvo Cars




From giving customers a sensor’s vantage point to configuring cars in entirely new ways, Microsoft HoloLens is working to bring Volvo’s cutting edge car features …

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  1. but it has only 3 hours battery life… i dont think so if that is useful to work… i work around 7-12 hours straight if i will use hololens to my work i will be pissed off if in the middle of my work i run out of battery… hope will improve battery life(i really wish) …

  2. Like why don't they make the visual prowess the same as what the extern all glass looks like? Your field of vision would be much more if they made it that way…but oh wait that's right they're going to wait until the second is out to do that because They just want money.

  3. I hate when companies make claims like "safest car company in the world" Sure you are show use the facts. Last time i checked Tesla is the safest could be wrong tho.

  4. If apple had made this the cultish fanbois would be shitting themselves with excitement. All media outlets would be gushing at what a god-like company Apple is. It makes me sick.

  5. i dont like that they promoted it initially as if the viewfield would be all you can see, and then rumours started to appear it's a lot smaller, testing with smaller viewfield also, and now, they kinda admit it in this ad, cuz at 0:46 the viewfield is indeed small. i dont like that they promoted it one way and ended up making it another way, and also not even now they wownt show it in ads as it is, the viewfield at 0:46 is faded on the edges (blurred?) and not very clear, you can still get tricked (especially if watching the rest of the ad) thinking that its a big viewfield. i hate this kind of false advertising. also, in 0:46 i cant tell if with the glasses im actually gonna see the edges blurred or actually not see anything at all (not even the real reality) outside the edges. f-off microsoft, just show the thing as it actually is, stop messing around 😐

  6. Seems like Microsoft is really pushing into the enterprise area here . . . supposedly ahead of the competition (Google's Magic Leap) – like they did with Windows 😛 Good or Bad? Dunno.

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