Unity has today released the Unity 5.5 with support for Holographics, the augmented reality system announced at ComputeX back in June.
The guys have improved the workflow by bringing Holographic Emulation right into the Unity Editor. Developers creating applications for HoloLens will be able to prototype, debug, and iterate on design directly from the Unity Editor without needing to build and deploy to an actual HoloLens device.
Microsoft hasn’t unveiled many details about the upcoming Creator Update VR. All we know is it would be an affordable VR headset available for around $300. But according to Terry Myerson, Microsoft’s Vice President of Operating Systems, the device will deliver immersive experiences in a similar way like Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
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