The company showed off a ‘HoloTour’ app, originally developed for HoloLens, which allows you to take Street View-like trips around the world.
There’s no word on how powerful the headsets will be yet, but it’s an interesting move by the company. Right now, immersive VR requires you to install laser-equipped base stations to track your position in space (in addition the rotational tracking that the headsets are already capable of).
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Erratum: We’ve updated this post to reflect that the VR headsets will be tethered to PCs and not standalone devices as originally reported.