Microsoft is moving ahead with its HoloLens VR headset, which will be available for sale later this year.
The new headset will reportedly be able to capture the images and videos captured by Microsoft’s own augmented reality (AR) glasses.
HoloLens will be able use Microsoft’s Kinect sensor, but it will be powered by a different camera.
Microsoft is aiming for a consumer price of $799 for the headset.
HoloLink has a 3D sensor, and a 2D sensor.
It will have a 1:1 pixel mapping that will allow for depth tracking.
The headset will also be able capture 360 degree images and 3D images.
The glasses will also include a camera to capture photos.
Microsoft’s headset will be the first to use the HoloLens technology.
It’s not clear how many headsets Microsoft will ship with the HoloLink.
Microsoft announced the HoloLinks at a conference in July.
A new version of HoloLens has been on the market since February, and Microsoft has not announced when the next version of the headset will arrive.
HoloLabs and Microsoft will likely collaborate on developing a new headset to make the HoloLenses more attractive.
Microsoft said HoloLens would be a “transformational product for the entertainment industry.”
Microsoft’s new augmented reality headset is expected to ship in the first quarter of 2020.