First ONE: We launched the first public beta of our HoloLens Room Scanner in the Windows App Store this week.
— Sky Z (@skyzdev) September 26, 2017
This means anyone with a HoloLens can now download it from the Store and try it out. Nonetheless, we welcome your Beta Registration, as your use cases truly inspire us and help us shape the future of this app.
This app launch was well received by the community, and we even got a retweet from none other than Alex Kipman (the creator of HoloLens):
— Alex Kipman (@akipman) September 26, 2017
Special thanks to all participants of the private beta as their feedback were so valuable. As a result, the workflows improved significantly, when compared to our first private beta version and we added some popular feature requests to our product roadmap.
This public beta is intended for testing and research purposes. We would like to thank everyone for your participation, and we welcome your feedback here: https://goo.gl/forms/MRs6vo7tWekUB7Jy2