Upskill is developing a software to support mixed and augmented reality since a long time. The company announced today, 10th of October the advanced release of Skylight for Microsoft HoloLens. Brian Ballard, the CEO and Co-founder of the company said, “What HoloLens does for certain types of experiences, is it actually opens up a lot more real estate to display information in a way that users can take advantage of. This is about extending Skylight into the spatial computing environment making sure that the workflows, the collaboration, the connectivity is seamless across all of these different devices.” New HoloLens use cases were announced by Microsoft for its 3D layout and Dynamic 365 platform around remote assistance. Upskill builds on capabilities in HoloLens with its wide experience safely connecting to back-end systems and pull information into the mixed reality setting no matter where it is in the enterprise.