The U.S. Congress recently approved $40 million in spending on new Microsoft Hololens augmented reality headsets for the U.S. military following user complaints.

So-called Integrated Visual Augmentation Systems (IVAS) are designed to pull data from various sensors and databases to provide real-time updates to troops, as well as combine an augmented reality display with night vision devices.

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