Microsoft unveils new hologram technology

In a presentation at the company’s software engineering center in Redmond, Washington, Microsoft revealed a new holographic software application.

The HoloLens is a wearable computing device that can track and interact with the real world.

The company says that it is the first wearable computer to use a full-color display and that the holographic interface allows the user to interact with real objects, including images, without the need to touch a screen.

Microsoft also announced that it has partnered with the University of California, San Francisco to develop a holographic research and development center.

It will provide students and scientists with the tools and resources they need to develop holographic applications, including tools for the holography.

The HoloLens will also be used to create a digital map that will be used for educational purposes, the company said.

The new holograms are being developed with input from students, the university, Microsoft, and others, and they will be available for download later this year.