New images show that Microsoft is already in full swing with the US $ 480 million augmented reality headset contract.
The Army Futures Command recently gave CNBC a preview of the Integrated Virtual Augmentation System (IVAS).
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One of the improvements that IVAS will bring to soldiers is the use of Flir's thermal sensors to identify allies and enemies at night instead of night vision goggles wearing night vision goggles. Green glow that can reveal a soldier's position on the battlefield ,
The US Army
Magic leap for the massive contract. In short, Microsoft has demonstrated its ability to iterate frequently to meet the needs of the army.
The modified HoloLens 2 is not yet ready to enter the battlefield, as the current configuration is too large to meet the needs of the military. However, an unnamed army commander told CNBC that a sunglasses-sized version is expected within six months, which has not been overly covert, given that companies like Nreal are beyond the bounds of possible form factor. 19659011] US military demonstrates modified HoloLens 2 augmented reality system ” width=”532″ height=”532″ style=”max-width:532px;height:auto;”/>