Microsoft Looks To Academia To Usher In Next Wave Of Holographic Computing With Research Proposal Program

Microsoft Looks To Academia To Usher In Next Wave Of Holographic Computing With Research Proposal Program

By Lucas Matney Microsoft announced an academic research program Monday aiming to gather proposals for HoloLens technologies that further “the role and possible applications for holographic computing in society.”
Microsoft will be awarding $100,000 and two HoloLens development kits to the best five research proposals from academic institutions.
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