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    Today at IFA 2017, ASUS showed off their futuristic-looking Mixed Reality headset, joining a slew of new devices supported by Microsoft.
    The ASUS Mixed Reality Headset sports an "digital industrial" design language, sporting an outer design comprised of 3D polygons. The headset itself comes with all the standard Windows Mixed Reality features, including front-facing cameras for spatial awareness and room tracking, and the Microsoft-approved controllers.
    ASUS touted Windows Mixed Reality's ease of use when compared to the likes of Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, saying that set up takes only 10 minutes, and no external sensors are required. ASUS and Microsoft claims that there are already 20,000 Mixed Reality capable apps (native to the Universal Windows Platform), and the company re-affirmed that Mixed Reality will support SteamVR in the future, bringing a huge array of games to the platform.

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    08-30-2017 08:00 AM

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