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Microsoft announce new HoloLens Computer Vision research team

In a blog post announcing their sponsorship of the 14th European Conference on Computer Vision, Microsoft has also confirmed that they have created a new HoloLens computer vision research team at Microsoft in Cambridge, UK. Microsoft intends to use the group to amplify research into the engineering challenges which prevent the technology from realizing its […]
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