Microsoft has officially unveiled the new developer version of its enhanced HoloLens 2, which developers can now get to test their various applications before launching for the users.
According to the Techradar, new version came at a price lower than the first release, but at the same time the second generation of the developers’ version came at a price similar to the first-generation development package as well, Azure cloud.
It will also include a 3-month trial period in Unity Pro and Unity PiXYZ plugin for computer-aided design.
The helmet is expected to be supported by the end of May, the Unreal 4 gaming engine, which provides a greater boost for gaming developers to adopt the glasses in their games.
This support also allows developers of image-based applications to produce applications for various areas such as industry, product design and architecture.