Eat Sleep Code Podcast
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Part of the Telerik Developer Network (TDN), Eat Sleep Code is the Official Telerik Podcast (Telerik by Progress). Progress believes in giving back to the developer community and we do this through TDN by writing, speaking and staying in touch with the software development community.
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HoloLars Talks HoloLens
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code guest Lars Klint talks about his experience with Microsoft's newest mixed reality device the HoloLens. Lars clarifies difference between Mixed Reality, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality. We discuss SDKs and development with Unity (3d) and UWP (2d).
02:09 LK: I'm a freelance developer, so I'm doing my own thing but it involves a whole bunch of stuff and just to rattle off a few things, I'm a fellow podcaster as well. I run a podcast as well called The Dane and The Pain and we do tech stuff. It's not as developer-centric as you guys, but it's still pretty cool tech stuff that we find around the internet. I'm doing it with a guy I've never met that lives in Alaska, which makes it really interesting and we met through social media.
02:39 LK: I run a bed and breakfast, where I live, and I also have a used car business, parts and stuff for classic cars, but I also do software, obviously. And my thing is HoloLens, at the moment. I travel around the world. I do a number of different HoloLens talks. I do a workshop. I try and get the device into as many hands as I possibly can because this is just utterly mind-blowing when you actually get into it. That's my thing in the moment, is HoloLens, but traditionally, I've come from the Windows Phone background, been doing the whole Windows Phone, Windows 10 UWP journey, along with a lot of other HoloLens developers, actually.
03:23 EC: People out there probably maybe have heard of the HoloLens or something like Gear VR or some of the other virtual reality things. Let's talk a little bit about what is the HoloLens. What exactly is this device? And why is it different or how is it different from these other things that are out there?
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