Well Microsoft pulls the raps off of their augmented reality product. No word yet on the resolution but the setup is a more mature looking version of CastAR it seems? It allows the user to interact with the objects in 3D space via technology from Kinects it seems? High resolution depth cameras at each eye as well as small LCD projectors. I don't know the resolution or if this could be used for gaming "IE frame rates". Based on Texas instruments projectors the resolution could be upto 1080P per eye? Microsoft Hololens it is called. I would not call this technology a competitor for Oculus yet though because they use LCD projectors and its known that they are not very good for VR. Facebook is more worried about laser projectors that are being developed by Magic Leap and Google. The other issue is you cannot put your hands in front of the object being generated. http://www.roadtovr.com/microsoft-h...ity-headset-microsoft-holographic-windows-10/ http://www.cnet.com/products/microsoft-hololens/ http://www.roadtovr.com/microsoft-h...ity-headset-microsoft-holographic-windows-10/ http://www.cnet.com/pictures/microsoft-hololens-pictures/5/ More info the headset has a dedicated GPU and CPU so its completely untethered.