Microsoft Mesh

Discussion in 'VR and AR' started by eastmen, Mar 2, 2021.

  1. eastmen

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    https://www.theverge.com/22308883/m...gmented-reality-hololens-vr-headsets-features

    https://www.engadget.com/microsoft-...-2xqQP2jRg4GpGAVLkDr2-H04aRQVM3mPc7Sz6nlOokXB

    https://www.windowscentral.com/microsoft-mesh-holoportation-announced

    Microsoft starting to show off more of their mixed reality vision here.

    anytime I see alex kipman i'm reminded of The Plague
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    They introduced this today; not specifically Series X-related but I think it's a step towards some type of VR/AR support to be introduced to the platform within perhaps a year's time or two. Not Mesh specifically, but something leveraging some of its technologies, perhaps?

    Anyway I find it interesting because it removes some of the barriers (IMO) with current VR, mainly how it acts as a physical barrier between you and others in real space. Mesh doesn't seem to completely cut the user out of the physical reality around them and I think that's important. However, it's clearly not necessarily VR in the way other devices are; I just want a future where the strengths of both of these technologies can be combined into a singular product because that's when I think the full game design potential of VR & AR can finally be tapped into.
     
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    Future is here, and it's a little bit sad. I hope we can do something more interesting in the future.

     
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