Microsoft Build 2017 – Mixed reality Hololens with motion controllers and iTunes on Windows store.
Microsoft Build 2017 – Mixed reality Hololens with motion trackers. Today at the Microsoft build 2017 event in Seattle WA, Microsoft made quite a few announcements related to the upcoming Windows 10 fall update. Windows 10 will come with a new video editing feature Story remix and Remix 3D with built-in AI to help edit photos and videos. Microsoft one drive on demand will let the users edit create files seamlessly on any device desktop, android or IOS. The cloud powered Clipboard feature will let users copy a text from one device and paste it in another.
Windows store will now have iTunes and Acer will be shipping the new mixed reality headsets with motion trackers (see image) for $399.00 during the holiday season.
Microsoft is aiming towards platform independence for its windows apps with Microsoft Graph.
It will make users to have their tasks/files device independent or can be accessed on multiple devices. Microsoft developers will now be able to integrate their apps more seamlessly with IOS and android operating systems. With Project Rome, Microsoft also announced SDK for IOS and .net 2.0 standard for UWP.