Microsoft ‘s HoloLens project seems to have enormous potential, and the holographic viewer created by the Redmond company has captured the attention of many people around the world. More and more users are expressing their willingness to buy the product once it is officially released. Although the product will not be as affordable as a normal PlayStation 4 or Xbox One.
Microsoft has recently opened to the public the purchase of the DevKit for HoloLens at a price of 3000 dollars, and now the developers are testing the potential of this viewer. Andrew Peterson has managed to emulate several games of the old NES right on HoloLens and a video taken by him also demonstrates this . The astonishing cutscene shows us a three-dimensional gameplay sequence of the Super Mario level, while also having the ability to spin around the hologram. Below we leave you the complete video published a few hours ago, reminding you that this device does not yet have a release date or official period, but that more information will arrive over the next year. What do you think ofHoloLens ?