Microsoft has opened a new studio to enable customers to create holograms that can be used for mixed reality experiences, from 2D screens to fully immersive VR.
There are now three Microsoft ‘mixed reality’ video creation studios to help kickstart holographic content for its augmented reality HoloLens headset and its Windows 10 partner’s virtual reality headsets.
The company has opened a new studio at its Microsoft Reactor in San Francisco which is home to the flagship Mixed Reality Capture Studio and its Mixed Reality Academy. It already has capture studios at its Redmond headquarters and one in London, run by Dimension Studios.
The studios aim to help partners, creative agencies, studios, application developers, and others to create the best immersive mixed reality content.
The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update rollout brings support for mixed reality content.