Ladies and gentlemen, the future is nigh. During their E3 Xbox Conference today, Microsoft announced that they’re working on a version of Minecraft that will be compatible with the HoloLens. This is the first real look at how games can actually work in tandem with the augmented reality headset, needless to say it was impressive.
The live demo showcased a slew of features, from voice commands all the way to “air gestures”, and it all worked seamlessly. There are even smiting voice commands, a simple word will rain lightning down on anything you please. All of this can also be projected onto many different surfaces, including a wall and a table top. Exciting times are definitely upon us.
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