>this much jelly.
no one cares about your shit microshaft.
friendly reminder that the microsoft illumiroom shits all over strapping a dumb screen to your face and was only dropped because all of the children here can't afford anything more than some dumb $200 pair of ski goggles
True, nobody cares unless there's an appled drawn on it :^)
you've got to admit though, Steve Jobs and his team can make things very ergonomic and the learning curve as flat as a paper
He wasn't the one that invent tablet, but the one that made it pen-free and efficient
But After Jobs die, it will be very hard for Apple to replicate that magic again
Did apple ever invent anything? they are the masters of marketing and perfecting already existing tech so retards can use them.
I can't think of anything that was an original idea from apple.
This is it. The age is approaching.
Does it sour your anus that Applel knows how to make an image?
I alway lel when I see your empty M$ stores that look like Applel rip offs and seeing lines of people waiting outside of the applel store.
I love seeing Microshit finally getting rekt for its crime against humanity.
Now I just need Chromebooks to rekt the low end of the laptop biz (they are) and Macbooks to crush the high end (apparently Macbooks are growing in numbers) and leave Windows laptops in the dust of the irrelevant middle ground.
>apple invented the gui
Im in tears, thank you anon.
>hurr I'm not jelly in the least that my house fire mac cannot connect to hololens durr.
There's a pack for you, anon-san.
>inventing anything at all, ever
>especially in the early years of computing
Both Microsoft and Apple stole fucking everything they had during the early years of computing. If you weren't Bell Labs, Xerox, or IBM, you didn't invent fucking anything.
Woz was great, though nothing he made did anything new, it just did it cheaper or faster than the alternatives.
>they're not actually holograms
it wont work, lenses have never worked and they never will. It's culturally wrong to cover the face. Deal with it.
Plus that latency and obtrusive gestures.
>You wave the hand from excitement and all windows minimize, giving you an enormous lag and then eveything goes blank for a moment.
>Slowly you walk around your room putting everything back again but the more heavy apps are a pain to load
>wave your finger rapidly to maximize screens but the lag forces you to do very finicky movements otherwise the machine wont recognize the input
Did you miss the previous stream presentation? It can run games, like MC: http://youtu.be/QRQv74J7oSk
>can make things very ergonomic
go suck some dicks my friend
This. Why so you think search features became very popular when OS X 4 and Win 7 came out? It took us that long to realize the quickest way to get a program you want is to type it's name and press enter.
The room scanning part was deceiving. The robot doesn't do the scan, yet the animation 'pulses' from the robot. I don't think it's completely bullshit, there is technology that allows you to scan an environment with a camera and turn it into a 3D model. Once you got the model you should be able to navigate it, kinda like you use navmeshes on unreal or unity engine.