With developers already figuring out how to use the HoloLens for home improvement tasks, it’s no surprise that the device has greater applications in construction. Tech blog Digital Trends points out that holograms are a natural evolution of the blueprint, and several other aspects of construction work.

Justin Pot interviewed Scott Aldridge and David Neitz, leaders at consulting, construction, and engineering firm CDM Smith, who clearly understand the benefits of this technology.

Structures are decidedly three dimensional, but for the most part they’re planned out on flat screens, and more… more

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