Microsoft HoloLens is a stunning technological innovation, but it’s been quite difficult to actually get a handle on how the device will work without strapping one on. Microsoft has shed some more light onto this today by releasing a two minute video that showcases how the device could be used for medical students at Case Western Reserve University. While that’s interesting in itself, the revelation here comes in the form of the approximation of the device’s Field of Vision.
For the first time ever, an accurate FOV is shown off in the video. Unfortunately, it does confirm what those who have tried have said that the FOV is not absolute, but it does seem to still give a respectable front and center view.
Check it out below: