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occluded mixed reality devices
Hello - I would like to understand the differences between occluded mixed reality devices and available VR devices available in the market. As per the recent windows developer day update i could understand that the consumer version mixed reality devices will not have interaction with real world and spatial mapping concepts - correct me if i am wrong.
If that is the consumer version that we are going to have i don't see a big difference other than sharing concept. This is all my understanding - please correct me if my understanding is wrong.