Object Theory wants to make augmented reality apps for Microsoft's HoloLens

The HoloLens may be positioned as an entertainment and gaming device, but Microsoft is looking at a broader set of applications for its headset. The Redmond giant announced yesterday that it would be awarding a total of $500,000 in grants to five universities in the U.S. for coming up with research proposals that leverage the potential of the HoloLens.

Meanwhile, a Portland-based startup called Object Theory is targeting the enterprise segment by announcing that it will create augmented reality apps for the HoloLens.

Source: iMore

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