Displaying items by tag: HoloLens

COMPANY NEWS: TeamViewer, a leading global provider of remote connectivity and workplace digitalisation solutions, today announced a new strategic partnership with Siemens Digital Industries Software to bring the power of TeamViewer’s enterprise augmented reality platform Frontline to Siemens’ Teamcenter software, a leading product lifecycle management solution from the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio. This collaboration allows Siemens’ global customers to improve their product development process based on immersive experiences with interactive, 3D content connected to the digital twin of a product. The 3D models of products can be easily modified, enabling more teams across the product lifecycle to collaborate and thus driving more informed product decisions and innovation.

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Remote access and augmented reality specialist TeamViewer has made its TeamViewer Tensor remote connectivity suite and TeamViewer Frontline augmented reality products available through Microsoft Azure Marketplace and Microsoft AppSource.

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Microsoft has won a contract which could be worth US$21.88 billion (A$28.58 billion) with the US Army to supply 120,000 custom HoloLens augmented reality headsets that will help soldiers who are at war.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Microsoft employees have written to the company's chief executive Satya Nadella and president Brad Smith demanding that they cancel a $479 million deal with the US Army for an Integrated Visual Augmentation System.

Published in Technology Regulation

Dynatrace's APAC roadshow is underway, demonstrating how its solution "provides answers, not just data, based on deep insight into every user, every transaction, across every application", with plenty of opportunity to meet Dynatrace staff, customers and peers.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

With Google bringing Google Glass back to market for enterprise customers, risking the “Glassh*le” revival, Glass 2.0’s upgrades bring Google back as an AR player, but it’s not the only one.

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When Microsoft releases its second Holographic Processing Unit or HPU, which presumably will arrive in HoloLens 2.0, it will have a custom silicon AI coprocessor for superior mixed reality.

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Don’t tremble as the growing rumble of augmented reality comes to life via Trimble and its Microsoft Hololens app to architects and designers.

Published in Business IT

Microsoft has invited its Windows 10 hardware partners at Computex "to create virtual reality (VR) devices, augmented reality devices and everything in between with Windows Holographic, the platform that powers Microsoft HoloLens".

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With predictions that shipments will reach over 12 million units by 2020, the current ‘stalled market’ will reportedly be invigorated by new use cases for Microsoft’s HoloLens.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 09 December 2015 12:32

Microsoft will have a very happy Xmas

All the indications point to Microsoft having a very happy Christmas this year. Microsoft’s new Surface Pro 4 and its little brother the Surface 3 have ‘sold out’ in the US pre-Christmas rush - retailers can’t get enough.

Published in ShawThing

You’ve probably heard all about Microsoft’s new phones, new Surface Book, Surface Pro 4, Microsoft Band, HoloLens improvements and more, but have you watched the event?

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 29 July 2015 14:32

Windows 10 available from today

Microsoft’s new Windows 10 (W10) operating system (OS) will start to roll out from today. First to Windows Insiders, then to those who have reserved a copy, and finally on demand to fulfil Microsoft’s aim of having 1 billion devices running the same OS.

Published in ShawThing
Monday, 09 February 2015 14:51

Is the HoloLens the panacea or a hollow promise?

The addition of holographic capability to all Windows 10 devices has been heralded as the next major advance in computing – and it could well be.

Published in Home Tech
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Microsoft’s new ‘HoloLens’, a stand-alone headset with transparent visor running Windows 10 is the company’s big hope, alongside Windows 10 itself, for massively revitalising Microsoft.

Published in Mobility




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