Unveiled by CEO Satya Nadella, the headset is lighter than its predecessor – made from carbon-fibre materials and a re-balanced centre of gravity. It’s more comfortable too, with an easier to adjust fit!
Microsoft has already confirmed that the next HoloLens will have a new, custom Holographic Processing Unit (HPU) that will feature an AI coprocessor to natively and flexibly implement Deep Neural Networks. That means HoloLens 2 will be able to analyze visual data locally, without needing to send any data to the cloud. This should make HoloLens faster at recognizing objects and environments.
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