• General discuss military application of Microsoft's HoloLens

    4 days ago - By WMPoweruser

    Microsoft is producing a military version of the Microsoft HoloLens, the so-called IVAS headset, and today FastCompany posted on a panel discussion with General John M. Murray, commanding general of the Army Futures Command, explaining how the US Army plans to use their new cybertoy. “With augmented reality and virtual reality, you can imagine soldiers...
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  • Here's why the U.S. Army wants Microsoft HoloLens headsets

    Here's why the U.S. Army wants Microsoft HoloLens headsets

    4 days ago - By Windows Central

    The call of duty necessitates advanced warfare.
    What you need to know
    Microsoft recently won a nearly $22 billion contract with the U.S. Army to produce custom HoloLens headsets.
    The military's plans for the headsets were left ambiguous.
    Two Army leaders have now divulged more details discussing how HoloLens will aid the army.
    During a Center for a New American Security panel , acting secretary of the U.S. Army John Whitley and General John M. Murray, commanding general of Army Futures Command, gave new insights regarding what the army hopes to achieve with Microsoft's help now that the...
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