Microsoft has a grand idea wrapped in a heavy headset beset by huge promises. They call it HoloLens, and it’s brought oohs and aahs since we first laid eyes on it. The idea that holograms could overlay our physical environment — and be interactive — opens up a world of possibilities. Unfortunately, that’s still all it is. Uneventful event At its annual Build event, Microsoft ran press through an ‘academy’ that it hoped would help explain just how HoloLens apps are created. In reality, it was press bouncing between Unity and Visual Studio, toggling settings on and pressing ‘build.’ Incrementally adding functionality…

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