3D Holo Girlfriends Come To Hololens And Meta 2 AR Glasses

Posted: Mar 12 2018, 2:37am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

3D Holo Girlfriends Come to Hololens and Meta 2 AR Glasses

Interactive augmented reality adult entertainment is next.

We already have Pokemon that surround us, virtual girlfriends are next. 3D Hologroup, Inc. launched 3D Holo Girlfriend with a selection of three virtual models that appear in your room using Microsoft's Hololens or Meta Vision's Meta 2 AR glasses.

The AR girlfriends are 3D computer generated models. The company says that the technology to use real-life models is just not there yet. In the near future, 3D character models will become more lifelike as the technology advances.

The software is the first of its kind in the AR adult entertainment space, according to the developer. With the Augmented Reality glasses users are able to bring their 3D Hologirlfriends into their bedroom for very real experiences and interactions.

The company has long-term plans to build AI into the software so that the AR girls are even more interactive. This is the stuff we know from many Sci-fi movies. It will take years until reality meets the vision of Sci-fi authors. If you have tried the Hololens, you know what I'm talking about. The Meta 2 appears to be much better, but I have not tested them yet.

Magic Leap’s AR glasses are going to be supported once they ship later this year. Of course, Magic Leap is promising us the best AR experience. The Magic Leap One glasses are announced to ship finally this year for developers.

3D Hologroup is currently looking for beta testers to try out the 3D Holo girlfriend software. You can find the 3D Hologirlfriends on this site (NSFW).

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