Posted September 27, 2018 09:04:00Google’s virtual assistant, “Virtual Assistant,” has been a major focus of this year’s CES.
Google’s new assistant has been built on a similar approach to Alexa that will allow it to act as a conversational assistant, and is essentially the same as Alexa’s voice assistant.
Microsoft has also announced a new HoloLens headset, the HoloLens Studio, that will enable HoloLens users to interact with their virtual environment.
The HoloLens VR headset will be released to the public at an event later this month, but Microsoft has confirmed that it will be the first headset to support holograms.
Microsoft’s HoloLight glasses are already available for purchase for $199, and Google’s HoloVR headset is also available for $99.
The company’s HoloCloud service is available for a similar price, although the service has been plagued with a lack of functionality and support for Windows 10.
Microsoft is also working on a new way for users to connect with their HoloLens and HoloLensStudio headsets to share experiences and learn about their virtual worlds.
Microsoft also revealed that its HoloLens platform will be compatible with the upcoming HoloLens Edge, an updated version of its HoloLight headset that is coming to market later this year.
The new HoloEdge, however, is being sold with a new camera and sensor.
Microsoft hasn’t announced exactly when it will launch the HoloLight Edge, but it has said that it expects it to arrive in 2018.