Army uses modified Microsoft HoloLens 2 for ’real-life game of Call of Duty’

Army uses modified Microsoft HoloLens 2 for ’real-life game of Call of Duty’

The Army plans to use specially modified Microsoft HoloLens 2 headsets. They’re part of a $480 million defense contract won by the company. The military wouldn’t say how much its version costs, but the consumer one costs $3,500. The Army said the headsets would ’increase lethality by enhancing the ability to detect, decide, and engage before the enemy’.

MoralKombat 1 year

The increased situational awareness provided by this technology may prevent unnecessary civilian and military casualties, I support that. 👍

ConcealCarryProtect 1 year

Take your waifu on the battlefield. For moral support.

Marz Devil
Marz Devil 1 year

sounds like the HUD system in the fallout games; mini map, highlight targets, buggy, crashes. be glad that it's Microsoft and not Bethesda or it would never work.

beanie weaine
beanie weaine 1 year

They have been using similar tech for years in military aviation applications.

Brandon Barnett
Brandon Barnett 1 year

Call of Duty is here.

William Eblen
William Eblen 1 year

If I wanted to teach an AI to kill people this is the technology I would use to gather data.

Girthquake 1 year

"this damn scramble gear is useless!"

applejuice 1 year

Atleast Marines dont need vidja gaems to be good at their job.

Kenguru Safari
Kenguru Safari 1 year

stomach turning

drakethesnake 1 year

Again someone define victory in the middle east. Osama is dead, Iraq still doesn't have wmds, and as a number there are now more terrorists than there were before 9/11.

Swamp gas
Swamp gas 1 year

whose army? found it. USA

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