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Windows Mixed Reality is a mixed reality platform that was developed by Microsoft. Players can experience games by buying any of the supported Mixed Reality headsets and playing them on a broad range of Windows 10 devices. Unlike HoloLens, those headsets work like a traditional VR headset, where you watch a screen in front of your eyes. Those headsets come with movement tracking capabilities, so they can track where you are in the virtual world.
However, unlike traditional VR headset, a Mixed Reality headset also uses front-facing cameras, which are used to project real objects into the virtual world. It also works the other way around by adding virtual objects to the real world as it seen on the headset's screen. The headset can also serve as a regular VR headset, which means that you just get to see virtual objects in the virtual world, the same as HTC Vive and Oculus Rift headsets work.
Another main difference is that Windows Mixed Reality headsets employ built-in, or what Microsoft calls "inside-out tracking" or "world scale" components that allow the headset to track the movement of the user in the real physical space. This is unlike HTC Vive and Oculus Rift that requires a 360-degree tracking hardware to provide users with a room-scale VR experience.
Of course, all the Windows Mixed Reality VR headset has to comply to specified minimum specs. This ensures compatibility with the apps and games across all devices. This included among the other hardware specs, a dual 1440x1440 pixel 90Hz refresh rate displays, 95-degree FOV, built-in tracking, 3.5mm headphone jack, and more. Furthermore, users will need to have a Windows 10 PC that complies with the minimum hardware specifications in order to be able to play MR and VR experiences in the same high-quality as Microsoft aimed for with this new technology.