In the latest installment of “Making Mixed Reality,” readers meet Alexandros Sigaras and Sophia Roshal, a duo who rapidly prototyped a Microsoft HoloLens application to achieve a cancer moonshot for the Englander Institute for Precision Medicine: a promise to empower better and faster cancer research, data collaboration and accessible care.
It’s now in the Windows Store as Holo Graph, an app enabling researchers to bring their own network data into the real world to explore, manipulate and collaborate with other researchers in real-time, whether they’re in the same room or on the other side of the planet.
“Making Mixed Reality” is a series celebrating the community creating apps and experiences with Windows Mixed Reality. In it, developers, designers, artists and more share how and why they got started, as well as their latest tips.
Find out what makes this team tick, and how they make big data approachable with Windows Mixed Reality on the Windows Blogs.
Microsoft News Center Staff