Microsoft Corp. unveiled a new platform based on its Windows 10 software catering to virtual and augmented reality technology developed by other companies.
Windows Holographic will enable rival headsets, such as HTC Corp.’s virtual reality device Vive, to interact with Microsoft’s own Hololens as well as each other, Executive Vice President Terry Myerson said at the Computex trade show in Taipei last week. Partners will be encouraged to build personal computers, displays and accessories for the platform to develop experiences mixing the reality technologies.
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