@magicalclick: Yep, that harbinger of death and destruction, slavery of mankind to machine etc is definitely running on Windows 10.
Maybe it's not too late? We need to find the place where this O/S is being developed and .....
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Back in 2011 I created a news app aimed at Apple fans called "Apple Watch"
Nobody showed much interest until Apple issued a Cease & Desist a few months back.
I am now suing Apple as I came up with the term "Apple Watch" first.
Please show your support.
Indeed - and available now if you have the preview builds although currently there is a limit to which games run (aiming for 100 by release though).
Good work - presumably we can also now run some of our 360 games on a massive virtual screen via the HoloLens and play at the same time as we hoover the lounge? ;)
Liking the look of the new UI / Cortana integration:
@magicalclick:Yes, I wonder if a virtual ilumRoom is an option. Come to think about it how about game themed rooms. Lets say you are playing a war themed room - how about your actual room has a few bullet holes and maybe a wall missing where a bomb imploded?
That actually starts to sound really cool - maybe your friend mapped their own room with a HoloLens and you play in that room with them sitting beside you?
When you start to think about the possibilities that Windows 10, HoloLens and this might have combined it gets quite interesting ....
I was excited when the Xbox guy came out, but super disappointed when I saw what they had done. Why on earth would I want to play my games on a virtual screen in a virtual room when I have a real screen (presumably of much higher quality than what's in the Oculus) and a real room?
It would be awesome if they had announced existing Xbox games would get automatic Oculus support. I don't see why they couldn't do it. The games are already being rendered in 3D; just render two frames from slightly different perspectives.
I know where you are coming from but when you see your XBOX game playing on a cinema size screen you will probably appreciate having the option. Not sure what the resolution of the final Rif is but reckon it may well accommodate the XBOX One or at least provide an interesting experience.