Cool tech. If anything, it shows that windows MR tools are mature enough to be used in most languages... on Windows.
I know one can work on projects that target Hololens using only Unity3D, but it doesn't help much since the SDK needed to build them are only available on Windows.
Given the "recent" interest for Linux at Microsoft and their mea culpa regarding Internet Explorer, I would have hoped they made their Hololens SDK crossplatform. Platform lock-in worked well for iOS, but then again, I wonder if Android would have had so much success if it hadn't the only crossplatform mobile SDK (I wonder if I'm not mistaken, here: did Blackberry have a crossplatform SDK?).
Anyway, it's cool to see them going forward. Best of luck.
This is pretty impressive. Powershell has been pretty slow for a lot of my uses lately. The author said this took ~30 secs. How long would a similar script take in Python? They're both slow on the language performance spectrum, but I bet Python would be significantly faster if anyone is less lazy than me to actually write some code.
I never knew mixed reality viewer was so awesome!
Who's Jeffrey and why should he be proud?
The real lesson here is to make sure you have a real programming language development environment on any laptop you bring with you.
I’m only kidding, of course.
This post is actually quite cool.
> What apps do I have? Aha! PowerShell.
This should be unflagged, IMO.