Microsoft'saugmented reality headset, HoloLens 2, is available for purchase. The new $3,500 AR headset is a self-contained, comfortable headset with flip-up optics. There's no controllers, either. Instead, HoloLens 2 uses hand and eye tracking to keep track of user movements. Oh, and don't worry if you wear glasses: the AR headset is designed to comfortably slide over eyeware.
Some of the HoloLens 2's key software tools are still to come. Bottom line? The HoloLens 2 isn't made for everyday people yet, but it's the easiest augmented reality setup we've ever tried. It just costs a lot right now to get a taste of it.
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