Microsoft and Lowe’s Test #VirtualReality Kitchen Design
This program would let you see in virtual reality what your kitchen would look like with all your Pinterest favs. From VR Scout:
Microsoft has added a big HoloLens partnership to their growing list. Thanks to an agreement with Lowe’s, customers are using the Microsoft HoloLens to design their kitchen holographically in mixed reality.
“The idea of using small samples and swatches to try and imagine what a room looks like seems very antiquated now,” Lowe’s Innovation Lab Executive Director Kyle Nel tells USA Today.
A big piece of news is the Microsoft HoloLen’s integration with the social network Pinterest.
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