Micorsoft has unveiled its next-generation augmented reality headset known as Hololens 2. They announced this release at a press event in Barcelona Sunday. This headset is set to offer almost double the field of view of the original Hololens.
The major feature of the new Hololens 2 headset includes hand tracking. Hand tracking basically allows users to touch and interact with holograms.
The headset is capable of precisely tracking each and every finger by allowing users to touch buttons and even play an AR piano. It also includes eye tracking.
The cost of this headset is said to be around $3500 and it can be pre-ordered immediately. It will be sold in United States, Japan, China, Germany, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Australia and New Zealand.