This one really tests your GPU (and sorry to say that while video is on, mine fails badly!)
To try this yourself first make sure you have the Mixed Reality App running full screen on your desktop, then open the desktop App from within your headset, enlarge it and place suitably!
As you move around the desktop is updated as are the desktops within the desktop!
From the spot that you teleport in the two walls immediately behind you provide the best views of the house:-
The other wall opposite gives this view:
So how does a full VR App manifest itself in Mixed Reality? Well they can be run from within the Cliff House environment or if you prefer, from the normal Windows 10 environment – of course you will need a headset to take advantage of them:-
Here I am running the excellent Holotour app from Microsoft:
By the way that little menu at the end of the video allows you to choose your preferred input device for the tour 🙂
It’s a straightforward process to copy any object in the cliff house:-
(Here I am copying the “what’s new” bag and then opening the copied version).
This suddenly appeared in my environment (or perhaps it was always there lurking in the corner! It should also appear on your Windows 10 menu.
It’s a great way of finding out what is “new to you” in the Mixed Reality Environment:-
I hope that there will be options in the future so that you can target your specific interests and whether you are interested in 2d apps for pinning and playing within your environment or just “Full VR” Apps (or both) such that when you click on the bag you get a selection of new Apps that match those interests. Of course we are some way off that at the moment as far as full screen VR apps are concerned (unless Microsoft taps into the Steam menu?