Microsoft’s Kudo Tsunoda is one of the men in charge of HoloLens, a headset that lets you see virtual objects as if they existed in the real world. At E3 2015, he told me a bit about what we can expect from Microsoft’s holographic computer at launch—and admitted that one key issue will still need some ironing out.
Pretty much every journalist who’s ever tried HoloLens will tell you the same thing. It’s an amazing experience—right up until you turn your head a little bit and watch the holograms disappear. The HoloLens’s transparent display has a ridiculously tiny field of view, meaning that CG objects only appear in the center of your vision right now.