NASA Is Taking HoloLens To The International Space Station

Posted June 26, 2015 by Jamie O'Dwyer in Features

NASA will take a HoloLens headset to the International Space Station this weekend as part of Project Sidekick.

Project Sidekick, a collaborate effort from NASA and Microsoft, will see a HoloLens sent to the ISS (International Space Station) to aid astronauts in their tasks and operations. NASA hopes that the HoloLens can help increase efficiency and productivity aboard the space station while also reducing training requirements.

The HoloLens headset will be delivered to the space station on June 28th as part of SpaceX’s seventh commercial resupply mission.

You can find more information on Project Sidekick here.



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