Build – Microsoft’s premier developer conference


Microsoft’s annual developer conference Build will take place from April 29 to Mai 1, 2015 in The Moscone Center, San Francisco. Techcrunch reported that

Registration opened at 9am PT this morning and the event sold out in less than an hour.

via Update: Microsoft’s Build 2015 Developer Conference Sold Out In Less Than An Hour | TechCrunch.

Not really surprising as we are all interested in having more information about Microsoft’s new development tools and HoloLens.

But don’t throw in the towel if you didn’t get tickets for Build, Microsoft announced officially that it is possible to tune in to live session webcasts. Let’s get ready for Microsoft HoloLens at Build!

Currently the full agenda is not finalized yet, but according to Techcrunch we can expect insights into Windows 10 and other core technologies.

Judging from today’s announcement, the focus of the event will be squarely on Windows 10, which is expected to launch later this year. The Windows 10 Technical Preview is scheduled to expire on April 15, so chances are we will see the first release candidate at Build.

via Update: Microsoft’s Build 2015 Developer Conference Sold Out In Less Than An Hour | TechCrunch.

Watch also Microsoft’s Windows 10 experiences video and find out why you might love Windows 10:

If you like Winodws 10 but won’t be willing to buy another system software for your computer, please note that Microsoft announced to provide a free upgrade for Windows 10

“made available to customers running Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows Phone 8.1 who upgrade in the first year after launch.*”

*Hardware and software requirements apply. No additional charge. Feature availability may vary by device. Some editions excluded. More details at

via The next generation of Windows: Windows 10.


What to know about Windows 10 & HoloLens

HoloLens Logo

Official Microsoft HoloLens Logo

As a result of Microsoft’s Windows 10 live event in January 2015, many questions may arise concerning the innovation HoloLens and Windows 10.

Therefore The Telegraph summarized 10 most frequently asked questions to provide corresponding answers.

This is what makes HoloLens so special:

What is Microsoft HoloLens?

It is a new wireless holographic headset that will overlap holograms into a user’s vision of their environment. It will run the new Windows 10 independent of a smartphone or computer. Users can create their own holograms within the company’s HoloStudio and 3D print the finished result. Satya Nadella, the boss of Microsoft, said at the launch event on Wednesday: “These are the kinds of magical moments we live for.”

via Windows 10 and Microsoft HoloLens – what you need to know – Telegraph.”


Apart from this, especially the technical part is of great interest. That’s why shared another informative article and gives an indication about the hardware components.

What’s powering the HoloLens?

Under the hood, Microsoft has packed the HoloLens with a series of sensors, along with a high-end CPU and GPU, although it has yet to talk specifics about the chipset architecture.

To create an intuitive interaction with holograms, the HoloLens also includes a Holographic Processing Unit (HPU) to smoothly process real-time data captured by the on-board sensors. Microsoft revealed that it worked closely with NASA to help bring the headset to life.

via What is HoloLens? Microsoft’s holographic headset explained – Opinion – Trusted Reviews.

For more detailed information about Windows 10 feel free to visit Micrsoft’s Newspage and read the Windows 10 story!

If that is not enough, watch the Event Highlights of the Windows 10 Event below:

HoloLens live on stage

Besides the introduction of Windows 10, Microsoft presented the capabilities of Microsoft HoloLens. The presentation takes almost a quarter of an hour and demonstrates the capabilities of HoloLens live on stage.

If you want to learn more about Onsight and HoloStudio – experience HoloLens in action and watch the full live demonstration down below!