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ACER Mixed reality headsets - can they bring "Reality" into VR or are they "just" VR 2.0?

edited July 2017 in Q&A and Discussions

Recently saw these ACER Mixed reality headsets and wondered if they can solve the problem recently raised in my earlier q? I didn't make that clear so the answer was about Hololens, which could never work for the application.

Ideally I want to have a dual camera feed showing a 3d image of the car the person is in and out the windows / mirrors be the conventional "need for speed underground" or similar VR world. Will this tech do it? Any particular pointers on how?

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  • Thank you for those useful resources Franklin, I will read them with great interest.

  • @VinceS You're welcome. BTW, for immersive device questions, please got to this forum: https://forums.hololens.com/categories/questions-and-answers-immersive

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