While the Vive and Rift are dedicated virtual reality devices and Microsoft’s HoloLens is focused around augmented reality, the Sulon Q was designed for both. Beyond VR, the headset leverages the holographic capabilities Microsoft’s building into Windows 10 to allow you to create virtual interfaces over your surroundings, Minority Report-style.
Look for the Sulon Q to launch sometime this spring for an undisclosed amount. Don’t expect it to be cheap, though, as the Oculus Rift costs $600 and doesn’t even feature internal PC components.
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