Microsoft is making a dynamic entry to the field of augmented reality with its new HoloLens project. The device promises both artificial reality, bringing virtual objects into the real world (holograms), and virtual reality – essentially replacing the real world. The HoloLens is a standalone computer that does not require a connection to a mobile phone or PC, eliminating the need for cables. It runs Windows 10, while its screen is formed of three glass coatings in red, green and blue. It has a 120-degree camera for each lens, while its sensors feature a CPU, GPU and HPU. Through the use of HoloStudio, virtual objects can interact with hand movements, while also providing the user with the ability to watch TV, access the Internet or remotely play games.