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Air New Zealand wants to use augmented reality to see how you feel inflight

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Airlines already have a whole bunch of information about you when you fly.

So just imagine if augmented reality could remind attendants about your favourite drink and even figure out how you’re feeling? It’s a future that Air New Zealand is exploring, with the help of Microsoft’s HoloLens AR headset.

The HoloLens could also display information about your meal preferences, when your last drink was, when your last flight was, where your final destination is, loyalty status, and even pick up on audio visual cues to indicate your emotion.  Read more…

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