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This startup wants to replace your office with 3D holograms

Instead of clicking, dragging and pushing buttons, the augmented reality technology lets users control 3-D content with their hands

An attendee testing a pair of augmented reality glasses at the CeBIT tech fair in Hannover, Germany, in March. In Meta's vision, office workers will huddle around holograms to collaborate on pretty much any kind of task.


ONE recent morning, Stephanie Rosenburg arrived at work to find her PC monitor had vanished. She looked around the office and saw that members of her team were wearing headsets with see-through visors and grabbing invisible objects with their hands.

Ms Rosenburg had just...

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