Windows Mixed Reality Experiences

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Layout

Rated 5 out of 5 stars There are 1 reviews
Free

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Layout enables businesses to bring physical designs from concept to completion with confidence. Import 3D models to experience room layouts as holograms in the physical world or in virtual reality.* Share your vision with stakeholders** and easily edit layouts in real-world scale, so you can make better decisions before you build.

IMPORTANT NOTE: MICROSOFT HOLOLENS OR WINDOWS MIXED REALITY IMMERSIVE HEADSET AND LAYOUT LICENSE* ARE REQUIRED TO USE LAYOUT
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON HOW TO PURCHASE LAYOUT, CONTACT A MICROSOFT REPRESENTATIVE
AT 1-888-477-7989 OR VISIT HTTP://AKA.MS/GETMIXEDREALITY/

*Dynamics 365 Layout requires Microsoft HoloLens or a Windows Mixed Reality headset, motion controllers, and a Windows Mixed Reality Ultra PC with a valid Dynamics 365 Layout license and Azure Active Directory account. No additional Dynamics 365 licenses are required. To import 3D models, users must download the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Import Tool (Preview) (included in the Dynamics 365 Layout license) from Microsoft Store on their PC. To import Visio floorplans, users must have a separate Microsoft Visio license. Additional hardware and software requirements vary for available features and content. See docs.microsoft.com for a complete list of technical requirements.



**To share their Layout experience, users must have a separate video calling or screen sharing app, such as Dynamics 365 Remote Assist on HoloLens, or Microsoft Teams on a Windows Mixed Reality Ultra PC.

Loci Memory Palace

$9.89

What - Use Loci to Link In Your Mind. See https://iform.us. Loci is a method of loci mixed reality mind mapping application located in a virtual reality memory palace. It combines the method of loci memory technique and 3D mixed reality interaction with mind maps (graphs) to support you on your personal analysis tasks. These tasks can include looking for an apartment, finding out more about a disease, or deciding on a next job. Initial import capability using "Load Graph" voice command for MindManager, Freemind, and GraphML format files.

Why - Analysis is the process of breaking a complex topic into smaller parts to gain a better understanding of it. Loci is built to support analysis using mind maps, mixed reality 3D visual interaction, and the method of loci, an ancient memory technique using locations that is proven to increase memory capability.

How - Loci is built for the Microsoft Mixed Reality. Loci supports spatial mapping so you can place nodes from your mind maps in relevant locations in your memory palace. Loci uses voice, gaze and gestures to enable you to make your 3D graphs (mind maps). You start by saying "add node" to make a node representing the problem you are working on, then you look at this node and again say "add node" to add more nodes for attributes of the problem, so you have a visualization of your problem. You can say "capture image" to add nodes with images using the camera, or say "load image" add nodes with images from files. You can link nodes together to show how they are related to each other. To load and save mind maps you use File Explorer or OneDrive. To help you understand how Loci works, it has a seven day free trial.

Where - Where you place and do things is very important to your memory. Locations in your house or office are important to you. They have meaning that you effectively recall, and with Loci you can combine your visual and spatial memory.

When - Loci helps you on longer term problems you are working on, where you need to apply your capabilities for cognition. You may return to these problems over a span of weeks or months to arrive at the right decision. You use Loci when you have set aside time to do deep analysis at home or work.

Who - If you are purchasing expensive items or services, such as cars, houses, college, stocks, or medical treatment, you could benefit by analyzing your information using Loci. If you are trying to solve complex problems, or produce complex things, you could benefit by using Loci.

English Teaching Assistant VR

Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars There are 3 reviews
Free

English Teaching Assistant VR is the world's first fully animated chat-bot in VR. It can keep up with conversations and accurately answer questions. It can dance, recite poetry, play games with you, and even tell jokes. It is also able to make eye contact, and lip-sync.

This is a free tester software that has been developed to display and showcase our most recent successes with development. It is currently in development and will receive monthly updates and additions, such as new locations, new skins, and overall general changes. It will eventually be used to direct English language learning courses and programs.

CONTROLS:

In order to speak to the bot, please hold down the correct push-to-talk button while you say your sentence. You will be able to see subtitles with your sentence, then let go of the button.

Microsoft Mixed Reality:
Thumbpad - Teleportation
Grip Buttons - Squeeze to talk


Before playing, please make sure you have speech services turned on. To turn speech services on, please follow the following instructions:
Windows settings --> Privacy --> Speech inking and typing --> turn on speech services

If you are not a native english speaker, we recommend turning on the following setting:
Windows settings --> Time and Language --> Speech --> turn on recognize non-native accents


We welcome and encourage constructive feedback as we progress and grow.

During Early Access, this bot is only able to respond to English. As we continue to update, we will be releasing further language integration. Please be patient with us during this time.

Genius Genetics

$9.99

When you strap on the VR headset, get ready to head underwater because this unit is in our underwater research lab. If you’re going to learn about genetics, why not do it in the underwater lab?

But just because you’re underwater, it doesn’t mean you cannot take a side trip to an ancient library that holds the secrets to your genetics and chromosomes. Each of the ancient manuscripts will tell you what each of your 23 chromosomes does and beware the floating head and the hovering eyeballs.

The story of Gregor Mendel is an important one and in our VR world, it’s told in a comic book. Enter the candle lit room, turn on the radio (choose your favorite classical station) and open the comic to learn about how Mendel discovered genetic traits.

Take a field trip to a vineyard where we learn about the genetic traits of grapes, of all things. And Wendy the Science Teacher, shows us the mysteries hiding within our chromosomes when we take a genetic test.

Then take a journey through a special museum where you can travel around the cylindrical building seeing lifesize human cells and seeing the almost magical science of cells come to life right in front of your eyes. What’s even more cool is that you control your own travel. When you’re done with one exhibit, you can magically teleport to the next location.

Here’s the thing, it’s important to learn science (in fact, very important) but it doesn’t have to be boring or intimidating. In our virtual world, science comes to life and becomes amazing and immersive. Suddenly science is fun and cool and that’s what you want.

Oh, for teachers, the entire unit is based on Next Gen Science Standards.

VR Imperial Cathedral of Worms Tour - Germany - Mixed Reality

Rated 4 out of 5 stars There are 1 reviews
$1.99

Discover the Imperial Cathedral of Worms from the birds-eye perspective. Fly from point to point over the cathedral, cut through the roof and get to the sacristy in a swoop.
Explore the cathedral not only along the common paths for visitors but also vertically in areas usually no one has access to. In the app, the roof truss is fully accessible.
There, from many points you can cut through the roof upward and levitate over the cathedral respectively you can cut through the attic in order to get inside the cathedral,
get to the center nave e.g. or to one of the choirs. You can access underneath the cathedral too in order to have a look in the crypt, e.g.

Numerous, vertically positioned viewpoins allow completely new navigation possibilities.
One gets a new appreciation for such sacred edifice with spectacular insights.
This kind of presentation is unparalled world-wide until now. You will be excited.

With the MR Motion Controllers blue arrows can be triggered in order to wander thru the cathedral. With the vertical arrows one feels like a superman when flying high or steeply down.
You can wander outside the cathedral too and admire the cathedral from outside.

This Millennial Virtual Reality App dedicated to the Millennial Anniversary of the Romanesque Rhenish Imperial Cathedral of Worms will enrapture you with the marvellous imagery and
immersive experiences unimaginable before.

Experience the Imperial Cathedral and its ambience from a completely new perspective. Explore this prominent witness to Germany's culturally-determining past millennium in the heart
of the 'Wineland' Rhineland without leaving your home! Get in touch with the history in the town of the saga of the Nibelungs and the Rhinegold.

Enjoy up to 75 stunning views of the Imperial Cathedral through the impressive panorama pictures, have some birds-eye-views or walk unhurriedly through the areas open to the public
as well as out of bounds places like the roof truss, the bell tower, the donkey tower, the crypt, the sacristy and the high altar, look very thoroughly at any detail.
With impressive all-around pictures this app shows all the places of interest - without the tourist crowds and without the jostle!
Let yourself be led through the Imperial Cathedral exactly according to your liking and experience the atmosphere just as if you were there!
A visit is definitely worth your while; This year, the Romanesque Rhenish Imperial Cathedral of Worms,
celebrates its Millennial Jubilee.
Come and get 360° the Rhenish Imperial Cathedral of Worms now, get yourself this amazing cultural experience of that special kind.

- 75 spectacular views of the Rhenish Imperial Cathedral of Worms
- lots of outside birds-eye-views and the views from the courtyard
- Enjoy overwhelming all-around views even of out of bounds places of the cathedral
- Explore the cathedral on your own account, completely unhindered and uninterrupted!
- Get carried away by the impressive and beautiful panorama pictures.
- Discover overwhelmingly intriguing details - a touch of your finger will do!

Bunnies For Breakfast

Rated 2 out of 5 stars There are 7 reviews
Free

In this game, you get to pick one of my junior high teachers and play as them. Then, you can use their superpowers and weapons to try to get to the highest level you can by annihilating all of the wolves you can before they get a chance to eat all of the bunnies. When all of the bunnies are eaten, you lose.

Teachers, their weapons, and their superpowers:
Mrs Diaz - Weapon: Maraca - SuperPower: Super Speed
Mrs Dumford - Weapon: Ruler - SuperPower: Confusing Wolves
Mrs Morr - Weapon: DNA Strand - SuperPower: Lightning Strikes
Mrs Matty - Weapon: Joan of Ark's Sword - SuperPower: Reviving All of the Bunnies
Mr Van Ryn - Weapon: History Book - SuperPower: Slowing Down Time

Controls:
Use your weapon in your right hand to hit the wolves and annihilate them.
Press the menu to choose the option of either restarting the game or switching the right and left hand controls if they are mixed up.
Left Hand Trigger initiates the powerup.
Left Hand Grasp allows you to heal bunnies when putting the controller close to them.
Left Hand Joystick allows you to move.
Press, Hold and Release Right Hand trigger button to throw the weapon.
Press Right Hand Grasp Button to shoot the weapon.
Make sure you set a boundary.

Have Fun and Play Safe!

WARNING: HEALTH & SAFETY WARNINGS:

PLEASE ENSURE THAT ALL USERS OF THE MIXED REALITY HEADSET CAREFULLY READ THE WARNINGS BELOW BEFORE USING THE HEADSET.
WARNING: Before Using VR Headset:
• Read and follow setup instructions in User Manual, before using VR headset
• Do not use the headset when you are:
• Suffering from lack of sufficient sleep;
• Under influence of alcohol or drugs
• Suffering emotional stress or anxiety
• If you are pregnant, elderly, have vision abnormalities or psychiatric disorders, or suffer from a heart condition or other serious medical condition, we strongly recommend seeing a doctor before using the VR headset.
WARNING: Children – Recommended and Discouraged Use:
• Children under age of 13 should NOT use the VR headset.
• Children age 13 and older should be constantly monitored by an adult to ensure:
• Health and Safety Warnings are followed
• VR headset is used as recommended
• Active use is limited in time and regular breaks is taken, where headset is removed
• Prolonged use is avoided
• Child is monitored for adverse symptoms during and after use.
WARNING: Risk of Seizures
• User should be aware that seizures, eye muscle twitching, severe dizziness or other conditions causing blackouts or loss of consciousness may be triggered by light patterns or flashes. These patterns can occur while using the VR headset.
• If you experience any of these symptoms you should immediately discontinue use of the VR headset and see a doctor.
• If you have a history of, or have been diagnosed with symptoms related to epileptic conditions, you should consult with a doctor before using the VR headset
WARNING: Heed Precautions
• Use VR headset while seated at all times, unless the VR game or VR application experience requires standing.
• At all times, use VR headset while safely away from:
• Other people or animals
• Sharp objects, such as knives & furniture edges
• Tripping hazards
• Stairs and Stairwells
• Open doors, windows and patio doors
• Balconies and patios
• Furniture, plants and other household items
• Slippery or wet surface
• Light fixtures and moving objects, such as ceiling fans
• Other electrical equipment or electrical outlets
• Choking hazards
• Other items you may bump into or trip over during or immediately after use of the VR headset
• We recommend that you gradually increase daily use of VR headset, starting with a few minutes for each use, even if you don’t feel any discomfort or side effects.
• We recommend taking prolonged and regular brakes while using the VR headset. An example would be removing headset for 10-15 minutes every 30 minutes.
• Use of VR headset can cause motion sickness similar to car, sea or air sickness and may not present until hours after using the VR headset.
• Do not use while driving or riding in a moving vehicle or operating machinery of any kind as this could lead to death, personal injury, or damage to property.
• If you experience motion sickness related symptoms, stop use and do not use VR headset until several hours after symptoms are gone before continuing use of the VR headset.
WARNING: Repetitive Stress Injury
• If you feel symptoms such as tingling, numbness, burning or stiffness in muscles, tendons or joints, stop using VR headset and rest for several hours before using it again.
• If above symptoms or other discomfort continue during or after use, stop using VR headset and see a doctor.
CAUTION: Hot VR headset or device
The device and VR headset may become hot when used together with VR features or VR applications for an extended period of time. Stop using the VR functions, take off your VR headset and remove your device from the VR headset to help it cool down before resuming use. Prolonged contact with an overheated device may cause discomfort or burns.

Steam Museum

Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars There are 2 reviews
Free

This is a virtual tour of the London Museum of Water & Steam using the Microsoft Mixed Reality headset. Move around the museum to follow the story of water in London and look at the working steam machines in the museum.

The London Museum of Water & Steam is an independent museum founded in 1975 as the Kew Bridge Steam Museum.

Situated on the site of the old Kew Bridge Pumping Station in Brentford, near Kew Bridge on the River Thames in West London, England, the museum is centred on a collection of stationary water pumping steam engines dating from 1820 to 1910. It is the home of the world’s largest collection of working Cornish engines, including the Grand Junction 90 inch, the largest such engine in the world. The site is an anchor point on the European Route of Industrial Heritage (ERIH).

Kew Bridge Pumping Station was originally opened in 1838 by the Grand Junction Waterworks Company, following a decision to close an earlier pumping station at Chelsea due to poor water quality. In the years up to 1944 the site expanded, ultimately housing six steam pumping engines as well as four Allen diesel pumps and four electric pump sets. The steam engines were retired from service in 1944, although two were kept on standby until 1958, when a demonstration run of the Harvey & Co. 100 inch engine marked the final time steam power would pump drinking water at the site.

The Metropolitan Water Board decided not to scrap the resident steam pumping engines and set them aside to form the basis of a museum display at a later date. This action bore fruit in 1974 with the formation of the Kew Bridge Engines Trust, a registered charity, by a group of volunteers previously involved in the restoration of the Crofton Pumping Station.

Today the site is an internationally recognised museum of working steam pumping engines, a reminder of the many pumping stations spread throughout London and the UK. In 1999, the United Kingdom government Department for Culture, Media and Sport described Kew Bridge as "the most important historic site of the water supply industry in Britain".

The Kew Bridge Engine Trust and Water Supply Museum Limited, a registered charity, has three aims:

1) to restore (and maintain) the five historic beam engines at the Kew Bridge site
2) to add other important water pumping engines
3) to establish a museum of London's water supply.

In 1997 the museum was awarded an Engineering Heritage Award by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and Britain’s Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE). A second IMechE Engineering Hallmark was awarded in 2008 for the restoration of the Bull engine, making the museum one of only 12 sites to achieve more than one of these awards.

Neon VR

Rated 4 out of 5 stars There are 4 reviews
$9.99

A nostalgia-fuelled first person shoot 'em up inspired by classic arcade games.

Save the Earth, burn the Sun.

To pay off your life debts you’ve been uploaded to one of millions of nano-workbots in the Sun’s core to prevent solar flares by breaking down neon isotopes.

You control an ion cannon in a 360º gravitationally affected environment, firing positive and negative ions using left & right triggers at incoming neon isotopes of varying ‘charge’ to eliminate them.
  
Neon uses a modern day reboot of the classic retro arcade style. Featuring vector polygonal lines and surfaces illuminated by pulsating neon lighting with immersive 360º action.

Each of the 42 levels of the game have been carefully crafted with each formation requiring a different strategy to achieve best times. There’s a solid sense of progression and a steady ramping up of difficulty - ideal for introducing non-gamers to VR but challenging enough for more experienced players.

Levels develop to include stronger gravitational forces, more isotopes, and new kinds of jeopardy. Boss levels with super-structures need new strategies, with a selection of power-ups such as slo-mo, shockwave and solar blossom mode adding to the fun. Your sassy AI sidekick Seren has always got something to say - but is mostly just sarcastic.

Utilising the talents of three music producers (Forward Memory, Dynamix, and I Am Galactic), Neon features an original soundtrack of ambient electronica, synthwave and electro which complements the modern-retro styling of the game.


“It’s like Tron had sex with an atom” - some guy on Reddit

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