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HoloMeeting for the Automotive Industry

By Pauline Hohl on September 10, 2018

The automotive industry is famed for its innovation and its adoption of new technology. 

HoloMeeting is a new way of daily communication for automotive companies: dispersed teams can meet in the same holographic room and interact like in in-person meetings.

But it is not only of good use for discussing visual data and 3D models: general processes such as the choice of material, the design, manufacturing and the final quality control require a permanent exchange of knowledge and interaction between different teams.

How does HoloMeeting help build a vehicle from the idea to its assembly?

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HoloMeeting Feature Update: Desktop Version Store Launch

By Matthew Bumford on September 03, 2018

We are delighted to announce that HoloMeeting has (finally) hit the Microsoft store. While we had introduced a 2D desktop capability within HoloMeeting some time ago, this previously could only be accessed via a specific method. Now, however, the process has just been made more streamlined thanks to its availability on the Microsoft Store.

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HoloMeeting 1.6.450

By Maximilian Doelle on August 28, 2018

We're happy again to announce our latest update to our HoloMeeting application. Our remote meeting and collaboration application is available for HoloLens, Windows Mixed Reality Headsets, Surface Pro tablets and Windows 10 Desktop.

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HoloMeeting for Healthcare

By Pauline Hohl on August 23, 2018

As Mixed Reality grows, it is clear that there are some industries best placed to take advantage of this technological disruption. Alongside construction and AEC industries, the healthcare industry is primed to benefit from HoloLens' real-world potential.

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Impressions of HoloMeeting 6 months on

By Pauline Hohl on August 17, 2018

First of all, it is great to be back as part of the Kazendi team. Since leaving earlier this year after my internship expired I have missed being a part of a) the daily life of the team but also b) working with HoloMeeting as we build the product experience. 

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HoloMeeting Feature Update: Easy Access Screenshots

By Matthew Bumford on August 14, 2018

We are fully committed to providing solutions and features within our HoloMeeting application that allow the application to be able to integrate better into enterprise-led solutions and provide real-world working options for our clients. 

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HoloMeeting 1.6.4

By Maximilian Doelle on August 13, 2018

We're happy again to announce our latest update to our HoloMeeting application. Our remote meeting and collaboration application is available for HoloLens, Windows Mixed Reality Headsets, Surface Pro tablets and Windows 10 Desktop.

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HoloMeeting vs. Object Theory

By Pauline Hohl on August 07, 2018

In the past few weeks we have been comparing HoloMeeting with other immersive collaboration solutions such as Arvizio’s MR Studio and Microsoft’s Remote Assist. Today I will point out the differences and similarities of HoloMeeting and Mixed Reality Collaboration Service “Prism” by Object Theory who are also a Microsoft Mixed Reality Partner.

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Our take on the HoloLens Insider Preview

By Matthew Bumford on August 02, 2018

Microsoft has just released details of the release of the forthcoming Insider Preview build for HoloLens. These builds are designed for users to be a part of the development of the next big HoloLens roll out so while some of the features may not be fully formed or functional they nevertheless do give us an insight into the mind’s eye of Microsoft and what the future holds for HoloLens.

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HoloMeeting 1.6.315

By Maximilian Doelle on July 31, 2018

We're happy again to inform you of the latest updates to HoloMeeting as an upgrade to the existing version. Our remote meeting and collaboration application for HoloLens, Windows Mixed Reality Headsets, Surface Pro tablets and Windows 10 Desktop.

 

The latest update brings together improved design and animations as well as the ability to use two-handed gestures. 

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