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