Apr 1, 2021
Microsoft to sell augmented reality goggles to army
US tech giant Microsoft is to sell augmented reality headsets to the US army in a bumper deal worth up to $21.9bn over 10 years. The contract is for more than 120,000 headsets, which will be manufactured in the US. Microsoft shares surged 3% after the announcement was made on Wednesday. As a result, users can see "Heads-up displays" or holographs, which can add more information to what they already see. Architecture firms, hospitals, universities, car manufacturers and US space agency Nasa are among the technology's users. In a blog post, Microsoft said the headsets "Will keep soldiers safer and make them more effective".
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