Microsoft had unveiled Hololens at last year’s E3 conference. This year, we got to see it in action as it was announced that the highly popular sandbox game, Minecraft, will be coming to the augmented reality device. The live demo used a television camera modified as if it were a Hololens itself so the world could see just how the technology worked. Minecraft was played on a wall, almost as if it were being projected onto the surface by the Hololens. Then, they shifted to the top of a table and, well, it just has to be seen to be believed!