Remember the Microsoft Holodesk project and its developments? We talked about it in an article long ago.
The first practical applications of this holographic technology are coming all over the world, and Volvo, the Swedish car manufacturer, was quick to embark on a path that will lead holograms to become an integral part of the car selection and purchase process.
Let's just think for a moment about the immediate implications of HoloDesk and his Hololens, the viewer connected to it: it will no longer be necessary to produce a mass of “generic” cars and then customize them. It will no longer be necessary to bring vehicles to the points of sale, because the end customer will be able to know everything about the structure of a car even before receiving it. He will be able to 'strip' it of the bodywork to look directly at the chassis. You will be able to study its behavior on the road and its characteristics in a completely new and interactive way, and choose the optionals you want through an experience different from the current one.
At Volvo they are confident that this solution will result in huge savings for production systems and logistics, and will allow the company to focus on perfecting the vehicles down to the smallest detail.
Here is a demonstration video that can give you a better idea: