- The Sneker developer Snakeware belongs to a consortium that will develop software for HoloLens, Microsoft's augmented reality glasses. The gadget projects an interactive image layer over the physical environment around.
Ate van der Meer, Marketing amp; Sales Director Snakeware, is impressed by the capabilities of the HoloLens. 'This is the most fascinating technology since the introduction of the iPhone,' he says. 'The images that projects the HoloLens in the real world are vibrant, sharp and realistic. It's very special! '
Snakeware will develop software for developing and testing the HoloLens before it is commercially available on the market in 2017. Microsoft is currently still working on fine-tuning the hardware and software of the glasses on the basis of the findings of the first pilot partners, including the Frisian IT company.
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Example of how the HoloLens: