The glass is see-through to mix projected images with the real view in front of you.
Holograms aren't just for creative people, says Kipman.
HoloStudio lets anyone create their own 3D holograms and 3D print them. To demonstrate it, someone will use the goggles live and we'll see what she sees on a screen.
This is the "gaze" we've been hearing about all day. The goggles know where you are looking.
Technically, I'm not sure these are actually "holograms" but it's the term Microsoft has chosen so let's go with it.
CEO Satya Nadella is finally taking the stage, this is the first we've seen of him today. He wants people to "love" Windows.
"Windows 10 is built for a planet where there are going to be more devices than people."
"Windows 10 ushers in an era of more personal computing in a mobile first, cloud first world."
He's going to talk about 3 strategy points: Windows as a service, Windows and mobility, and how do Windows and the cross-platform come together. Windows as a service is a big change, he says.
Microsoft is committed to creating hardware, to having a full line up of phones running Windows 10.
Lots of pretty marking lingo today.
"When it comes to Windows we're not bolting on apps, we're seamlessly harmonizing experiences" ... "the most seamless delightful personal ways for users" ... "we absolutely believe that windows is home for the very best about the Windows."
"There is nothing subtle about this strategy, it's very practical with a customer-first approach."
Windows 10 is personal and they want you to love it. That has been said over and over and over today.
The event is wrapping up, thanks for joining us folks!
But wait, there's more! A Q&A with Nadella.
They are working on an update for Windows RT but haven't worked out the details yet.
We hope that one year promotional offer really helps a lot of Windows 7 customers move over."
"There is not fundamental shift in our business model.... our goal is really to run one of the largest internet services that allows people to use Windows on a daily basis." OEMs still pay the same licensing fee for Windows 10 which covers the customers.
There's only one version of Windows 10 for any given form factor, so there's Windows 10 for a PC, Windows 10 for a phone, Windows 10 for the goggles.
It sounds like the same basic pricing model as before, not a switch to subscription pricing for Windows 10.