Three supposed videogames have been revealed today amongst the leaks for HoloLens, Microsoft’s mixed reality (MR) head-mounted display (HMD) that is rumoured to be launching pre-orders for its Development Edition in a matter of hours. They include Young Conker, RoboRaid, and Fragments. But non-gaming applications are also set to play a part in the kit’s launch. According to the leaks, one such application will be HoloStudio, which has been seen as previous press conferences, including the event in which HoloLens itself was revealed.
HoloStudio is one of the projects both seen to be listed on the Windows Store, as reported by NeoGAF, and mentioned by Microsoft’s Kudo Tsunoda in an apparent blog post that could be arriving later today according to a now-removed article from Fortune. In the past, HoloStudio has been seen as a tool that allows users to create 3D objects in a real world environment and even 3D print their work to bring them to life.
It’s not surprising to see this as part of HoloLens’ apparent launch line-up, then. If the rumours are true then it should be set in stone later today.
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