SAN FRANCISCO- Tech giant Microsoft showed off a futuristic augmented reality headset “Hololens.”
The holographic interface system projects in front of your eyes, blending virtual images with the real world. In the living room example, different program shortcuts are placed around your environment. You can keep a window attached to your wall for other programs such as Skype.
Microsoft allows you to take the program into another room by using a hand gesture and a voice command to detach it and have it follow you around.
The company says Hololens will be available sometime when Windows 10 is released later this year.