ASUS has confirmed that it will be entering the Augmented Reality world with its very own headset sometime in 2016. The device will be a version of Microsoft’s HoloLens, but will likely be lower in price. Microsoft is hoping that the HoloLens will be an entire category of devices, rather than a product line it will control on its own. The ASUS announcement shows that this plan is already coming to fruition. Microsoft intends to release its own HoloLens peripheral next year at the not-so-friendly $3,000 price point. The new products are not full virtual reality, but rather use a headset to project digital images over the real world through a pane of glass. Users can still interact with these objects, but will not be completely immersed in a virtual world. Check out the full article for more details and an exciting tech demo from Microsoft!
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