All you need to know on HoloLens 2

| February 24, 2019

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The first HoloLens had a 34-degree diagonal FOV; the new headset’s fiel of view has “more than doubled,” Kipman says, to a 52-degree diagonal field of view. (Microsoft declined to share exact measurements for this new eyebox, saying that the x-axis and y-axis are not the best way to think about the FOV improvements. But much of the expansion was in the vertical dimension.)

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