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#HoloLens Weekly 20150818 – The Top New HoloLens Content of the Week

Welcome to #HoloLens Weekly!

Here is a roundup of HoloLens content from this past week ordered by their social sharing volume.  I gather the most shared HoloLens content in Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.

“Five games that would be a perfect fit for Microsoft’s HoloLens”
Microsoft made waves back at E3 with the purpose-built version of Minecraft running on the company’s HoloLens augmented reality headset. The demo provided a glimpse of what might be possible with the tech, which is set to provide tabletop AR gaming on Windows 10 and the Xbox One. But what other games would work well with the headset?Publish date: 8/11/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
47 36 3 11
“5 Games which Could Improve with Microsoft HoloLens”
Gamers are always on the search for new games and gaming platforms to keep their interest going. Apart from the conventional gaming consoles, new platforms like Microsoft HoloLens will take gaming to another new level. At the E3, Microsoft gave a glimpse of what the future of gaming would look like, by displaying the customized version of Minecraft. Tabletop AR gaming will be the future, which will be provided by this AR headset.Publish date: 8/13/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
39 14 4 3
“Unity rolls out support for Microsoft’s HoloLens goggles”
In a company blog post Unity’s Scott Flynn claims that Unity (both Personal and Pro versions) will be updated with support for features of Microsoft’s “holographic headset” like gesture and voice recognition, spatial mapping, and “the ability to anchor holographic objects to specific locations in the real world.”Publish date: 8/12/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
0 36 2 5
“Can the Microsoft Hololens avoid the fate of Google Glass? –”
It’s becoming difficult to remember what year it is. There’s a presidential race featuring Bush and Clinton, a new Star Wars movie due out this year, and even a supposedly functional hover-board. Soon we can expect to see some serious tech that will question our sense of reality. Microsoft Hololens, an “untethered, see-through holographic computer,” will debut sometime in 2016 — and many draw comparisons to Google Glass when discussing the forthcoming headset. But it begs the question, will the two devices share the same fate? Publish date: 8/17/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
0 15 0 1
“Productivity And Entertainment: The HoloLens”
Microsoft announced the HoloLens at their January event this year, and entered into the world of virtual reality. And although we saw it again at E3 2015, we haven’t heard much about it since.Publish date: 8/12/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
1 5 0 1

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