When Microsoft revealed HoloLens, they teased a version of Minecraft which could be explored in the real world, with a representation of your created Minecraft world appearing in the room in front of you.
At stage on E3, they’ve shown exactly how this would work – bringing the entire Minecraft world onto a table, while another player plays in the world at the same time. The HoloLens player effectively becomes a god-like character, finding new areas – even underground – and casting lighting down on the world.
It neatly brings Minecraft into the same realm as LEGO, and appears to work very well – it’s certainly a different approach to altered reality, bringing the game into your world rather than bringing you into it as VR would do. And it just looks so cool.