At Build 2017, the annual developer’s conference, Microsoft featured a Windows Mixed Reality Academy. This class was designed to get a developer started creating Mixed Reality experiences quickly. For those of us already developing for the Microsoft HoloLens, while the class — which is now available on the Microsoft website — did offer our first real chance to work with the new Acer HMD, there was not much depth.

The most exhaustive part of the live tutorial was the setup process. A process that most of us doing this type of development can do in our sleep, at this point. While that is not to… more

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