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is there a way to incorperate an autodarkening weld lense to the glass or lense for industrial weldi
Using the Hololense for work instruction in a welding environment would be ideal for the manufacturing of heavy machinery, welded parts. I've spent some time looking for ways to incorporate this magnificent device under a traditional welding helmet with no success.
With all the intricate parts involved in the display is there room for 1 more layer of an auto darkening welding lenses. There are goggles on the market that are similar in size to the inner sight glass. Could this be concept be possible