Millions of people have seen Microsoft’s astonishing HoloLens videos. Far fewer have seen the limited, but still impressive, reality. And that’s something Microsoft wants to change.
Starting today, the company’s New York flagship store will play host to what it’s calling the HoloLens Experience Showcase, a semi-permanent setup where developers can try a handful of mixed reality toys and tools. It’s a stopgap between traveling demo shows and the development kits that Microsoft will begin selling early next year — and one more step toward turning HoloLens into a viable computing platform.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.