Microsoft recently released the Hololens 2 to commercial users, but the AR helmet has generated strong interest among industrial and military users, according tomedia. On January 15, local time, Microsoft’s Alex Kipman showed off a display headset made of Hololens 2 custom-built Designble hard hat and Hololens 2-based military Integrated Vision Enhancement System (IVAS) headset.
Trimble’s Hololens 2 XR10 is a HoloLens 2 solution that uses industry-standard hard hats and certifications in a secure control environment.
It features five microphone arrays and innovative bone-conductive headphones that provide clear two-way communication in high ambient noise environments, and this set costs as little as $4,950.
It is understood that the design of this display headgear is to provide soldiers with training opportunities, so that they do not need to leave the base and go to training facilities without having to carry out a variety of combat scenes repeated exercises.