HoloLens Actiongram is like Snapchat's augmented reality filters — but on steroids

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Developer kits have been out in the wild for over a year now, and HoloLens comes baked with a bunch of cool apps.
HoloLens is Microsoft's augmented reality head-mounted display (HMD), designed to show 3D holographic apps and games.
While impressive, the dev kit isn't designed for consumers right now, but that doesn't mean that Microsoft hasn't already begun exploring what consumer-facing apps might look like for devices that support Windows Mixed Reality.
Actiongram is one such app. It allows you to place 3D animations and special effects in the real world, in similar fashion to the augmented face filters found on Snapchat. Actiongram hasn't been updated for a while, but it's still a stellar example of what Microsoft is capable of when it cares enough to build apps that showcase its technology.

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snapchat just shares people life. hololens ugments that reality.
snapchat is like recording something and share it to have just some fun for some short period of times. with hololens u can do much more. for example, u wwill be able to repair a car with the help of it, say o can draw in 3d interecting with the environment around you. i dont think think that hololens will be bought to have just fun like those monsters from the video. i think that it will be more for people to complement their lives

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