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Data visualization with Hololens
I'm only in week 3 of "the future" - how it feels eveyday with Hololens - and have just started playing with some data visualization. Ultimately, this is probably the main thing I'm interested in using the Hololens for, and has the potential to be an all-consuming project (or projects). So far I've just played with static data spaces, but (obviously) it would be great to have full interaction with a data space, and underlying processing, either directly within the MR environment, or mediated via a PC (c.f. the dancing robot, or many of the original Hololens CAD promo videos), so this is what I'm really aiming at. This would be particularly useful in the lab while running experiments (for in-situ and HUD type visualization), for exploring large data spaces, and for sharing/presenting results, among a host of other uses!
Anyway, my experience so far has me wondering who else is interested in this, and what else is going on... a quick bit of googling didn't turn up that much in this area, although it seems an obvious strength of AR - to me at least, as a physicist.
My early demo/tutorial looking at some very basic data visualization can be found here: http://femtolab.ca?p=702. Enjoy!