Microsoft annouched Hololens 2 this year at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Now, Microsoft Hololens 2 is going on sale for $3,500 in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Japan, China, Germany, France Japan, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. Microsoft Hololens 2 is still for businesses not for the consumers.
Microsoft added more gesture tracking in this version. Now you can do gesture like drag and pinch objects etc. Also, you can pull up menus by tapping a button (holographic button) on your wrist. These new gestures will open a lot of possibilities to Hololense apps developers.
"You can do really interesting things with HoloLens, and you can do really interesting things with the cloud," said Julia White, Microsoft corporate vice president of Azure marketing. "But when you see these two things come together, it changes the game in terms of what people can actually do."