Virtual reality headsets like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive tether to desktop computers with robust GPUs in order to harness their power. The free-roaming, cordless Microsoft HoloLens forgoes those chains but loses a bit of graphical processing power in the mix. However, a recent report suggests we may get the best of both worlds.

Don’t Miss: This App Streams Custom Holograms from a Computer to the HoloLens

Microsoft’s new Holographic Remoting Player can stream images from a desktop right to the HoloLens, effectively allowing for smoother and more detailed graphics. This all takes place over… more

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