Microsoft Adds More Firepower To Its HoloLens Team

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Dec 31, 1969
Microsoft is adding a bunch of new people to its HoloLens team. Some of the new members come from inside Microsoft, while others are coming from the University of Southern California and have mentored the likes of Palmer Luckey.

Shotton has been leading the Machine Intelligence and Perception group at Microsoft Research Cambridge, according to his MSR biography. His research has been focused "at the intersection of computer vision, AI, machine learning and graphics, with particular emphasis on systems that allow people to interact naturally with computers".
Make it look like this and I'm in.

If the consumer version ends up (maybe 2nd gen?) with a bigger FoV and a much faster processor... this will be a hit. The dev. version is amazing in itself.
It is cool tech. They need to make sure it is complete and polished before they ship the consumer version.