Look, I'm not saying that those HoloLens units blown up en route to space have driven prices up or anything, but we just learned how much it'll set you back to get an early version of Microsoft's AR wizard-goggles, and you'd better have some cash spare. Oculus Rift this ain't.
As reported by The Verge, Microsoft used its hardware event today to reveal both the $3,000 price point, and a release window, Q1 2016 (just for the dev kits, remember). Most interestingly, however, it also showed off the first HoloLens-only game, currently titled Project X-Ray.
As you can see, the in the gallery above AR tech projects a "wearable hologram" - in this case a sort of Omnitool-like laser gauntlet (who else reckons ex-Mass Effect man, Casey Hudson is working on this?) - that you use to blast enormous robot spiders that burrow out of your living room walls. Very relaxing, I'm sure.
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