A team of students at Full Sail University join forces with the Hacksmith to create a real world functioning prototype Iron Man helmet complete with JARVIS operated UI by integrating a Microsoft HoloLens into their design.
A team of students at Full Sail University come together to create the first-ever, real world, functioning Iron Helmet. Their prototype responds to the name JARVIS and has a select list of commands it's able to perform. With the help of YouTube influencer James Hobson, aka the Hacksmith, the students were able to successfully integrate the Microsoft HoloLens into a 3D printed helmet. Within the confines of the Hololens, JARVIS is able to close the faceplate, scan the environment, analyze faces in the room, and even order pizza for the crew.Written by