Earlier this month, VR setup released an article on Scope AR’s WorkLink support for Microsoft Hololens. Here are some key points in the article:

With the combination of WorkLink and HoloLens businesses can now create interactive, holographic training content for staff. As HoloLens is hands-free users can for example repair a piece of equipment, or assemble machinery whilst visually being taught at the same time.

WorkLink has been designed so that even non-technical HoloLens users can build step-by-step content, whether its for training, repairs, manufacturing or any other applications.

“Enterprise-class instructional content is one of the most impactful use cases across MR today. By providing a platform for anyone to customize their content easily for MR integration, Scope AR is making it easy for users to take advantage of the benefits of mixed reality using Microsoft HoloLens,” said Brandon Bray from Microsoft.

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