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Minecraft projected as a hologram in your living room


Mar 26, 2014
Apparently, Microsoft just demo'd something called Project Hololens, a headset that has the ability to project what you see on a screen (with depth, apparently!) in your living room, on walls, tables, whatever you could think of.

As far as I can tell, this headset differs from the Oculus Rift in the way that this does not have a screen inside of the headset -
rather, you look through a filter, not unlike glasses, which allows you to see the projected stuff. Couple of images here:

Please note that they did demo this already, and seems to be very much WIP - still, if this works out the way it shows in these images, then I'd love to give this a shot.



Not a Peon
Nov 3, 2013

But anyway, I think that if they find a way to prevent walking into walls over and over, let you be able to place blocks where you actually want to place them, and making it overall just work, it'd be a cool invention as long as it's not super overpriced.

It doesn't seem like a household necessity at all though, so I probably wouldn't end up wanting to own it anyway.


Aug 8, 2014
Minecraft in your living room....Grave as much as that is a cool idea, I have to point out a hazard, you could run into your own house wall Irl.


Nov 18, 2013
I also remember this from microsoft, they abandoned it as far as I could read:
With a little luck they do release this hololens.. Still hoping for actual VR though ;)