Goodbye Zoom! Hologram conferences now right here on Microsoft’s new blended actuality platform

The software giant has unveiled its new mesh product. Microsoft Mesh is known as a “mixed reality platform” and enables users to connect with people in other locations and exchange hologram images. On the company blog, a spokesman wrote: “Since we miss personal social connections, meet-ups such as concerts and fitness training move into the virtual world.

“Microsoft Mesh, a new platform built on Microsoft Azure, enables its users to connect to presence, interact across the room and collaborate in a comprehensive way as if they were personal regardless of physical location.”

The program can be used for anything from meeting colleagues to concerts or theater shows with friends and family.

Microsoft Technical Fellow Alex Kipman said, “This has been Mixed Reality’s dream from the start, the idea.

“You can actually feel like you’re in the same place with someone sharing content, or you can teleport from various mixed reality devices and be present with people even when you’re not physically together.”

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“Engineering or medical students learning about electric cars or human anatomy could gather as avatars around a holographic model and remove parts of the motor or peel the muscles to see what’s underneath.

“Colleagues could just get together and chat in a shared virtual room, or companies could use Microsoft mesh-enabled apps to offer virtual hands-on meetings or training to employees around the world.”

The idea is that people can participate using PCs, phones, tablets, or virtual reality headsets.

Microsoft did not disclose exactly when the product will be available or how much it will cost.

You can find out more about the platform here.

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