Experience and build collaborative and shared, cross-platform mixed reality experiences with Microsoft Mesh. Take a hands-on tour with the co-creator of Mesh, Simon Skaria, lead engineer on Microsoft's mixed reality team to see how Mesh works, experiences with the preview Microsoft Mesh for HoloLens 2 app and how you can build these experiences as an application developer.
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00:00 - Introduction
01:47 - Microsoft Mesh for HoloLens 2 preview
02:20 - Demonstration of the multi-user experience
07:50 - Microsoft Mesh platform
09:35 - App developer platform introduction
10:50 - Spatial maps
11:29 - Immersive presence
12:57 - Holographic rendering
14:07 - Multi-user sync
15:12 - Developer tooling and SDK
15:49 - Wrap Up
Microsoft Mesh is a new mixed reality platform from Microsoft that connects the physical and the digital worlds allowing you and the people you connect with to transcend the traditional boundaries of space and time.
In Microsoft Mesh you can collaborate with others in shared spaces, so you can feel true presence and create together from your device of choice, whether that’s Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), or through the screens of your PC, tablet or phone.
For application developers, Microsoft Mesh enables you to build immersive, multi-user, cross-platform mixed reality applications leveraging AI-powered tools for spatial maps, immersive presence, holographic rendering, and multi-user sync
You can use Microsoft Mesh to conduct virtual design sessions, learn together virtually, enhance virtual meetings, host virtual social gatherings and meet-ups and much more - all with a geographically diverse set of participants.
► Link References:
Learn more and request access to the Microsoft Mesh preview at https://microsoft.com/mesh
Find written developer guidance at https://aka.ms/MeshDocs
See more details on the developer experience at https://aka.ms/MeshIgnite
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