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Meemin has brought their Visual Information Management System to the HoloLens

Information Management platform developer Meemin has brought their service to the HoloLens. Their HoloLens system allows developers to annotate objects in the real and virtual world. Using Meemim, information can be linked to specific objects – both physical and virtual. This simplifies accessing relevant information in the most natural way – for example each vehicle in […]
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