Microsoft has released a video showing how they are able to catch Pokémons on their holographic headset, HoloLens.
It was quite the breakthrough when Pokémon GO was released on our smartphones, and looking ahead, a step forward would be creating a real experience through virtual reality!
CapitolaVR made a concept video showing how HoloLens would be used to play Pokémon GO, where players are able to throw Pokéballs to catch Pokémons just by pinching their fingers.
This might be a cause for concern as it seems to be even more immersive than the current available technology, where there are cases of Pokémon Go players reportedly being involved in accidents.
Head of Digital at CapitolaVR, David Robustelli uploaded a prototype video of using the HoloLens outdoors to catch Pokémons on his twitter account, and it seemed to be getting a lot of excitement from Pokémon GO enthusiasts.
And although this is just a concept, we might most probably be seeing it in the near future.