Students use HoloLens to see and interact with digital holograms of Uranus and Jupiter orbiting the Sun in their physical classroom.
A digital hologram of the sun looms large in the center of a physical classroom where students use HoloLens to interactively learn about the Solar System.
An instructor and student discuss a whiteboard drawing of the Solar System, while students using HoloLens are able to see Mercury and Venus orbiting the Sun in a room
dimensional digital depiction of the Solar System.
A student using HoloLens can see a digital hologram of Mars and close
up detail of its surface and atmospheric layers, while her classmate takes notes on the table beside her.
Students using HoloLens digitally dissect the composite layers of Saturn’s core. They are able to simultaneously make notations on the whiteboard and on their laptops.
The classroom’s physical ceiling is visible through a digital depiction of the Milky Way and the galaxies surrounding the Solar System.