Nonetheless, its potential is impressive. Unlike, say, an immersive VR headset like the Oculus Rift, the Hololens allows you to still see the real world through the transparent goggles. By monitoring the position of your eyeballs, it can then project images ("holograms") into your field-of-vision, so that they appear to be really there in the room with you. Just like real holograms.
Here are ten things you'll be able to do once the Hololens hits the market.