Microsoft isn't letting the media take pictures of the HoloLens experience itself, but we just arrived at the company's demo station here at Build and there's a unit under glass. It looks identical to the press photos we've seen before, with a futuristic looking visor and the transparent glass that lets you see your environment while holograms project around you.
After introducing HoloLens at its Windows 10 event in January, Microsoft has been showing off more ways it envisions people will use it. Build is its chance to get developers on board with that vision, since they're going to be the ones to be creating software for it. Even so, Microsoft isn't sending anyone home from its conference with a unit, and instead brought a few hundred of them down to San Francisco for people to try.