Microsoft’s HoloLens is certainly a leap into the future of mixed reality interfaces, but it’s not without drawbacks.

Its most notable drawback is its small field of view, cutting off objects you feel like you should be able to see. But there’s good reason for that limitation, and it might not matter once the HoloLens hits the consumer market.

It’s Easy to Forgive the Drawbacks of True Innovation

My first experiences with virtual and augmented reality began with Google Cardboard and Google Glass. Cardboard was not only boring but frustrating, and Glass seemed nearly useless and was on its… more


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