"There are a lot of [Kinect] parallels to HoloLens. Even though the gaming applications are at the front of everyone’s mind this week, the device comes from a different division of the company. It is not clear whether Microsoft sees this as a tool for primarily gamers or professionals, or whether it could convincingly develop it to be both things at the same time. Microsoft hasn’t released a software developers kit that would allow people to make independent apps for the HoloLens. The company does say it is working with some partners, but isn’t giving any details.HoloLens Is Awesome, but Microsoft Has a Long Way to Go - Bloomberg Business
For now, caution is the word with the device. “We’re trying to be a little bit conservative about HoloLens just because it is a very new platform and we’re still exploring it,” says Shannon Loftis, Microsoft’s general manager for global games publishing. “We obviously don’t want to over-promise. I don’t think we’ll under-deliver.” "
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
HoloLens Is Awesome, but Microsoft Has a Long Way to Go - Bloomberg Business
Managing HoloLens expectations