This morning, in an early morning session at GDC 2017, Brandon Bray, a senior program manager lead at Microsoft, revealed a mixed reality headset made in collaboration with Acer—a different headset than the one we saw from Acer at CES 2017 earlier this year. Also at the event, the name for Microsoft’s holographic system seems to have changed from Windows Holographic to Windows Mixed Reality.

Acer’s new developer-friendly device, called the Acer Windows Mixed Reality Development Edition headset, is an occluded head-mounted display geared toward use with the new Windows 10-based platform… more

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