UI – Project Manager Interface

HyperTeam is integrating the HoloLens as a higher dimensional and functional interface with its Project Management Toolbox Platform so that project managers, quality assurance and compliance officers, maintenance technicians and other development project or operational project personnel can perform all their tasks on site.

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UI – Project Manager Interface

HyperTeam is integrating the HoloLens as a higher dimensional and functional interface with its Project Management Toolbox Platform so that project managers, quality assurance and compliance officers, maintenance technicians and other development project or operational project personnel can perform all their tasks on site.

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HoloLens lets you create holograms, objects made of light (like browsers and augmented reality objects and so on) and sound that appear in the world around you, just as if they are real objects. Holograms respond to your gaze, gestures and voice commands, and can interact with real-world surfaces around you. With holograms, you can create digital objects that are part of your world.

The holograms that HoloLens renders appear in the holographic frame directly in front of the user’s eyes. Holograms add light to your world, which means that you see both the light from the display and the light from your surroundings. HoloLens doesn’t remove light from your eyes, so holograms can’t be rendered with the color black. Instead, black content appears as transparent. Holograms can have many different appearances and behaviors. Some are realistic and solid, and others are cartoonish and ethereal. Holograms can highlight features in your surroundings, and they can be elements in your app’s user interface.

Holograms can also make sounds, which will appear to come from a specific place in your surroundings. On HoloLens, sound comes from two speakers that are located directly above your ears, without covering them. Similar to the displays, the speakers are additive, introducing new sounds without blocking the sounds from your environment.

HoloLens lets you create holograms, objects made of light (like browsers and augmented reality objects and so on) and sound that appear in the world around you, just as if they are real objects. Holograms respond to your gaze, gestures and voice commands, and can interact with real-world surfaces around you. With holograms, you can create digital objects that are part of your world.

The holograms that HoloLens renders appear in the holographic frame directly in front of the user’s eyes. Holograms add light to your world, which means that you see both the light from the display and the light from your surroundings. HoloLens doesn’t remove light from your eyes, so holograms can’t be rendered with the color black. Instead, black content appears as transparent. Holograms can have many different appearances and behaviors. Some are realistic and solid, and others are cartoonish and ethereal. Holograms can highlight features in your surroundings, and they can be elements in your app’s user interface.

Holograms can also make sounds, which will appear to come from a specific place in your surroundings. On HoloLens, sound comes from two speakers that are located directly above your ears, without covering them. Similar to the displays, the speakers are additive, introducing new sounds without blocking the sounds from your environment.

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