Microsoft will add enhanced virtual reality feature in Windows 10

Microsoft plans to bring the mixed reality display feature to Windows 10 later this year and has been designed to allow Windows 10 users to interact with 3D elements drawn in 3D in the real world using any laptop with a camera. This feature was announced at an event held in New York City today, and the company demonstrated how the goals can be presented on the television using enhanced reality.

This type of technology has appeared in many different formats, but this is the first time that technology has been built directly into Windows 10. Content created in 3D graphics can also be used on mixed-mode devices for the Windows operating system, which will arrive later this year.




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