New Holograms app for Windows Mixed Reality comes to Windows 10

Edward Hudson By: Edward Hudson
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Microsoft has launched a new Holograms app for Windows Mixed Reality on Windows 10. The app, which was previously accessible to Insiders only, has now become available for users in the Windows 10 Creators Update.

The app works for Windows Mixed Reality Portal in the Creators Update. It also lets users place holograms in a Mixed Reality environment of Mixed Reality Portal. Users can choose holograms including characters, animals and furniture from the gallery. The app also allows you to use the holographic label maker in order to write text to your space.

You can also place, move, resize, and rotate holograms in your space. You can use voice commands to change holograms and find animated holograms as well.

Holograms is a fun, easy-to-use introduction to mixed reality. Select 3D holograms from the gallery and place them in your space to liven up your room. You can place holograms all over and they’ll stay right where you left them.

Key features

The app’s features include:

  • Select holograms from an exciting gallery, including characters, animals, and funky furniture.
  • Place, move, resize, and rotate holograms in your space.
  • Use the holographic label maker to add text to your space.
  • Use voice commands to manipulate your holograms.
  • Look for animated holograms that move and make noises when you hit play.

The app is available to download from the Windows Store.



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