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If you are a non-profit university or academic institution with a lust for virtual reality, you could be in luck. Through its Academic Research Request for Proposals, Microsoft will award five US universities or educational institutions with $100,000 and two HoloLens kits a piece. These will be unrestricted gifts in order to fund the winning proposals. Awards are limited to accredited, degree-granting non-profit universities or a research institutions. The awards are intended as seed-funding for larger initiatives, proofs of concept or demonstrations of feasibility. The funding is for one year only and Microsoft advises those who receive it to consider it as one component…

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