brand of mixed reality is coming to cheap PCs before the end of the year. Affordable mixed reality headgear costing roughly $300 will be arriving this year —consumer models are expected in the fall with development editions coming sooner — from Windows and partners like Asus, Lenovo and Acer. Plus, what's even more exciting is that by the time consumers get their hands on the cheap headgear, you won't have to buy an expensive PC to actually play in mixed reality. A Windows 10 update in the fall will let affordable PCs (think $500) power these new mixed reality headsets and experiences.
Transform +: A study of algorithms Started 2010 - Completed 2017 Phipps and Sons stopped doing business with the public in 2010 to focus on this projectOver 9 million lines of code written9,488+ tests performed over 250,000+ computer hours Over 100,000 volunteer man hours of research, testing, programming and supportThis work will benefit a variety of causes focusing on deep learning, distributed computing resources, research and music