Microsoft has also presented at its #MicrosoftEDU event held today in New York a new application that will bring mixed reality to classrooms. Under the name of View Mixed Reality, this application, which is scheduled to launch sometime next autumn, will allow 3D elements to be introduced dynamically and in real time to images from video sources, being compatible with RGB cameras such as cameras. Web.
These elements could be generated with applications such as Paint 3D or even with other existing ones focused on the education sector, serving as complements that allow classrooms to benefit from the educational experience thanks to the introduction of mixed reality, a sector in which Microsoft is doing its best, as we have seen in previous events.According to Microsoft, the View Mixed Reality application will not be demanding regarding the hardware requirements necessary to work on any computer under Windows 10. In addition, it is likely that the launch of the application may also coincide with the launch of Windows Mixed Reality. , a new device also planned for this coming fall.
Throughout today's event, Microsoft also mentioned Hololens, its well-known mixed reality platform, showing that it can also be used in educational contexts.