VR Headsets have been most widely used for gaming but their use is being pushed into other industries and the uses are endless; military training, teaching, architects and interior designers even use them to provide clients with a ‘real life’ visuals of their creations. But one of the most exciting prospects for these devices is the future of medicine such as assisting medical students with surgical procedures. Just now these devices are still in their infancy but Microsoft has just announced their new ‘HoloLens 2’ which features some of the most cutting edge advances in technology and opens up massive scope for advances in industry. The HoloLens 2 is 30% cheaper than the first model however it’s not (yet) available for general public use. More details on the features of the HoloLens 2 in this BBC News Article.