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And always feel free to hit us up on Twitter @MxdRealityDev.
Irisprime began being built after the first HoloLens announcement. We have been working ever since and investing on this project.
It consists of an in-door Wi-Fi tracking of mobile devices through Unity to work in all platforms and primarily, HoloLens. It comes to solve many different needs that Companies and establishments have today.
With the HoloLens, the goal is to "look" at a person and as long as the person has his mobile device with the Irisprime application, a holographic window appears next to that person with his details.
Users can be located anywhere inside the establishment and points of interest can be generated to guide people through the place.
The mobile app is now in the final stage of testing and debugging, and we're now starting to port it to the HoloLens and conquer the last challenges it'll bring. We've been developing it entirely with the HoloLens in mind, gathering every piece of information about the HoloLens we could gather for the past one Year. I can't stress enough how excited we are that the moment is here!
I invite everyone to visit our website for more info irisprime.com