Finally the project of MagicLeap (a company that is financially supported by Google), has competition in the field of augmented reality smart glasses. Microsoft revealed their project called X-Ray to show what Hololens is capable of doing.
Project X-Ray was introduced at the Windows 10 event. Using HoloLens (another piece of technology for virtual and augmented reality by Microsoft) project X-Ray can turn almost any room into a gaming canvas.
X-Ray combined with Hololens analyzes your home and thus create a wireframe of the walls, so it knows exactly where to place the bad guys in the game. At the Windows 10 event, Microsoft made a demo with one player blasting through walls and fighting aliens on stage. Holding a new controller, he was able to summon a holographic blaster that he used to take his attackers down as they were coming out of the walls.
Developers and enthusiasts can buy HoloLens Development Edition for $3,000 in the beginning of 2016.