“They redesigned their anatomy courses and literally rebuilt classrooms to support this joint collaborative, shared holographic experience,” Sullivan said, describing Case Western’s early HoloLens implementation. “In pandemic land, they’re all at home, so they realized, ‘We’ve got all the pieces in place to continue this collaboration and do it remotely.’… They conducted the anatomy classes remotely and it was really successful.”
Microsoft is also implementing new features to make the HoloLens 2 experience better for businesses and developers alike. Azure Spatial Anchors can help render 3D models across HoloLens, iOS and Android, which helps services like Spatial’s remote conferencing. Azure Remote Rendering, meanwhile, can pipe in higher quality 3D assets from the cloud that the headset couldn’t possibly render on its own.
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