Periodic Table of the Elements 2.0
This article discusses an exploratory sample we’ve created in the Mixed Reality Design Labs, a place where we share our learnings about and suggestions for mixed reality app development. Our design-related articles and code will evolve as we make new discoveries.
Periodic Table of the Elements is an open-source sample app from Microsoft's Mixed Reality Design Labs. The app was originally designed for HoloLens 1st generation and immersive headset back in 2015 to demonstrate how to create an end-to-end experience using MRTK's building blocks. To fully leverage new articulated hand tracking and eye tracking input on HoloLens 2, the app has been updated using MRTK v2.
Recorded with HoloLens 2 using Mixed Reality Capture
Download the app package from GitHub
Checkout the Releasepage on GitHub.
Upgrading the project for HoloLens 2 with MRTK
You can find HoloLens 2 porting story from the article: Bringing the Periodic Table of the Elements app to HoloLens 2 with MRTK v2 (2019)
Read a story on updating Periodic Table project to Unity 2020 + OpenXR pipeline: Updating MRTK Mixed Reality Project to OpenXR+Unity 2020: Periodic Table of the Elements for HoloLens 2 (2021)
Check out the design story on the Periodic Table of the Elements app: Periodic Table of the Elements 1.0
About the author
UX Designer @Microsoft