To build a hype for the HoloLens 2 among the developers, Microsoft lends itself a page from the playbook of Magic Leap. As of March 12, Microsoft will be broadcasting a six-part talk show series called The Realities Show as a live stream examining various aspects of the next generation HoloLens. Similarly, Magic Leap launched a monthly series to Twitch, which offered a preview of Magic Leap One in 2018.
Microsoft will stream the episodes out of its San Francisco Reactor facility, which includes the Mixed Reality Capture Studios are located. The first episode will be a replay of the Mobile World Congress, which hosted Microsoft's major launch of HoloLens 2.
The show continues with the airing of two episodes a month for April and May. The April 2 episode will cover input methods, such as Eye tracking, physics-based interactions, as well as near and far interactions with 3D content. The April 26 episode focuses on the HoloLens 2 display, its field of vision, and technical aspects of the design. Both May episodes will be devoted to general spatial computing, with the show taking place on May 6, parallel to the first day of the Build Developer Conference, and the episode on May 28, epitomising the Memorial Day weekend.
The schedule for the Realities Show will be completed on June 14, when the program covers the MixedRealityToolkit (MRTK) and includes some handy shots in Unity to demonstrate the MRTK tools. there is a risk. An episode of Magic Leap's show gave viewers a first look at developer demos and 3D content generated by Magic Leap One. Some of the negative reactions to the demos prompted Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovitz to defend Tweetstorm's technology . Let's say the Microsoft marketing team has been taking notes.
If you find the latency to release the HoloLens 2 intolerable, check out the Mixed Reality Events page from Microsoft to see which livestream links are available.