The Microsoft Hololens is the library’s first augmented reality system, which takes interactive virtual elements and blends them in with a user’s current environment. Unlike VR systems, the Hololens is a self-contained unit that does not need to maintain a connection with a PC, which allows it to be used anywhere. Also unlike VR systems, the Hololens primarily utilizes hand gestures and voice commands for user interaction.
The Innovation Space at Ginsburg Health Sciences Library has a variety of medical AR applications available:
The Innovation Space also has some other educational AR apps and tools:
The Innovation Space also has some AR games: