The mixed messages of Microsoft’s Hololens2: very few corporate use cases and lots of limitations

Robert Scoble

Just last summer I visited the factories of Boeing, Tesla, Ford, and Louisville Slugger. And even if it was being used for, say, training, or tracking of parts, that use case requires millions of dollars of custom software to be written. Software that the current development team building flat, 2D UIs in, say, Visual Studio and C#, simply doesn’t have the skills to build (you need people who have experience with video game engines to do that). [link].