"Kinect + HoloLens = delicious :)"Alex Kipman, HoloLens Inventor, on our Project Infrared

Pilot Programs & Proof Of Concept

An important aspect of our business is about testing the waters with you with Pilot Programs & Proof Of Concepts.  We want to brainstorm with you on the holographic future.

"Thanks to Project Infrared, there's now a pretty straightforward way to add motion tracking to the HoloLens: Connect it to a Kinect!"Microsoft Channel 9 article


Mobile Computing

Head Mounted Displays (HMD's) like Hololens and others that allow you to see the real world,computer data and content represent the future of truly mobile computing. In their current form they work only in certain scenarios but you can extrapolate to a future where something you wear, instead of carry, becomes the ubiquitous mobile computing device.

Hands Free

Smartphones have revolutioned the way we interact with computer content. Mixed reality devices like HoloLens represent a similar paradigm shift even at this nascent stage. Using voice and gestures (think swiping a touch screen but in the air) with head mounted devices workers and consumers will be able to stay focused on the physical world.


We envision a future where "being there" doesn't require you physically being there. We're working on a system that allows a user standing in front of a 3D camera to project themselves as a holographic character of their choosing. We think this will be especially valuable for people with an expertise in a subject to be able to train others using teleportation.


Our foundation software "Hypervision" is what we build our holographic experiences on top of. It allows for the placement of holograms in your environment and handles scaling, rotation and persistence of the holograms (keeping them in place). You can read an article on how this works here.