Asus is reportedly in talks with Microsoft to use Microsoft's holographic technology to build its own HoloLens. It is the first company to step forward and try to work out a deal with the HoloLens creator.
Amazon has filed a new patent to the U.S. Trademark and Patent Office, revealing internal work on smart glasses with augmented reality features, capable of switching between the real and virtual world.
Using technology provided by the Unity game engine, the Disney Research project has developed an app that will allow you to see what your 2D drawings (or colorings, more precisely) look like as 3D animations.
Microsoft might have its Hololens headset in the works, but Apple may have a competitor product. While it's all speculation at the moment, putting more wood on that fire is an ex-Hololens engineer, who's recently moved to Apple.