Microsoft HoloLens is testing in multiple industries, it is a new way to innovate the interaction between human and working environment. The construction industry hopes to increase productivity by using HoloLens with SketchUp and allow surgeons and designers to work together in hospital operating room designs.
But the military department is also trying to take advantage of enhanced and virtual reality technology. In January, the Australian Royal Air Force revealed that Microsoft HoloLens is testing its future technology to rebuild the project to improve the combat effectiveness of future soldiers, and yesterday, the US Air Force also revealed that it plans to buy a number of Microsoft HoloLens to test.
The Air Force's 412th Electronic Warfare Group, Air Force Test Center, Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., Is responsible for the electronic warfare evaluation of the latest weapon system technology. In order to enhance and expand their testing capabilities, they plan to purchase Microsoft HoloLens and Meta 2 AR systems, began to work in the workflow to enhance the reality of the model development and integration, so that the relevant personnel can see the weapons and equipment on the virtual stack of various related data And graphics. Or to allow maintenance personnel to see the aircraft internal structure, wiring, hydraulic and fuel systems to help simplify maintenance operations.