Microsoft’s new virtual reality app, aptly named “View Mixed Reality,” will be available this fall on school PCs running 10 S. However, it’s only a matter of time–a very short time, some speculate–for traditional Windows 10 platforms to access it as well. Devices equipped with RGB camera, including a basic USB webcam, will run the View Mixed Reality app enabling users to view augmented reality images and 3D objects alongside real-world objects. The new AR tech was featured at an exclusive Microsoft in the classroom event, which effectively used Mars Curiosity Rover as a backdrop to the speaker.
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