Microsoft is working on a HoloLens mixed-reality video creation app called Actiongram, and may launch a Bluetooth clicker for the device, according to newly revealed closed-beta documents.

Microsoft's HoloLens augmented reality goggles are already in the hands of a group of private beta participants. And those in the program are working on creating mixed-reality videos using a new Microsoft Actiongram app, due to be announced February 29.

Microsoft officials had previously said they'd begin shipping out the $3,000 HoloLens dev kits to developers in the first calendar quarter of 2016. One of my contacts said Microsoft told applicants that the first wave of "accepted" developers would be notified at the end of February of the kits' imminent arrival...

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