Windows Holographic, version 23H2 is the latest update to the operating system that powers HoloLens devices. This update includes a number of new features and improvements that make HoloLens devices more powerful, versatile, and secure.
One of the most significant new features in Windows Holographic, version 23H2 is support for NFC readers. This means that users can now tap their HoloLens device to an NFC reader to authenticate or sign in. This can be useful for a variety of scenarios, such as logging into enterprise applications or accessing secure locations.
Another important new feature is faster eye position updates. This improves the overall performance and responsiveness of the HoloLens device. Users will notice that HoloLens is able to track their movements more accurately and quickly, resulting in a more immersive and engaging experience.
In addition to these new features, Windows Holographic, version 23H2 also includes a number of other improvements, such as:
- A viewfinder for the camera: This allows users to see what the HoloLens camera is seeing, which can be helpful for debugging or troubleshooting purposes.
- The ability to rename HoloLens devices: This makes it easier to identify and manage multiple HoloLens devices in an organization.
- New MDM policies: These policies allow IT administrators to configure and manage HoloLens devices in more detail.
- The ability to block USB peripherals: This can be used to improve security by preventing users from connecting unauthorized devices to their HoloLens device.
- Control Windows Hello provisioning behavior: This allows IT administrators to specify how Windows Hello is provisioned on HoloLens devices.
Overall, Windows Holographic, version 23H2 is a significant update that makes HoloLens devices more powerful, versatile, and secure. This update is essential for any organization that is using HoloLens devices for business or educational purposes.
Here are some specific examples of how the new features in Windows Holographic, version 23H2 can be used:
- NFC support: NFC support can be used to implement a variety of new scenarios, such as:
- Logging into enterprise applications: Employees can tap their HoloLens device to an NFC reader to log into enterprise applications without having to enter their credentials each time.
- Accessing secure locations: Employees can tap their HoloLens device to an NFC reader to access secure locations, such as server rooms or data centers.
- Point-of-sale systems: NFC support can be used to implement mobile point-of-sale systems that allow customers to pay for goods and services with their HoloLens devices.
- Faster eye position updates: Faster eye position updates can improve the experience of using HoloLens for a variety of tasks, such as:
- Viewing 3D models: Users can experience 3D models more immersively and realistically when HoloLens is able to track their eye movements more accurately.
- Playing games: Faster eye position updates can improve the performance of HoloLens games, making them more responsive and enjoyable to play.
- Using productivity applications: Faster eye position updates can improve the usability of productivity applications, such as Word and Excel, by making it easier for users to interact with menus and other UI elements.
The new features and improvements in Windows Holographic, version 23H2 make HoloLens devices more powerful and versatile than ever before. These devices are now even more suitable for a wide range of business and educational applications.