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Thyssenkrupp adopts HoloLens to fit stair lifts

Monday 24 April 2017 | 15:58 CET | News
Lift designer Thyssenkrupp and Microsoft are showing at the Hannover Messe trade show a new augmented reality system to help with home care systems. ThyssenKrupp hopes that Microsoft's HoloLens will help customers visualise how its mobility systems, such as stair lifts, can change their way of living. It will soon roll out the use of HoloLens in its home solutions throughout Germany.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Microsoft
Countries: Germany
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