Last summer Microsoft first introduced the new mixed reality conception, Windows Holographic platform, and just half a year later, the company is making Windows Holographic VR headsets a reality. The WindowsCentral has grabbed the previews of the headsets from multiple manufacturers.
They’re all built off of the same concept: a pair of screens behind two lenses on the inside and a pair of cameras on the outside to allow for what’s called “inside-out” room scale VR.
The original article mentioned that most of the headsets were still encased in glass boxes so they’re unable to experience them in person. And they didn’t have any details on pricing or availability. A reasonable assumption is Microsoft will advertise it more after the Windows 10 Redstone 2 a.k.a Creator Update is out.