Microsoft has created a hologram that will turn someone into a digital speaker in another language. The software giant revealed the technology at the Microsoft Inspire conference conference this morning in Las Vegas. Microsoft recently scanned Julia White, CEO of the Azure company, into a Mixed Reality shooting studio to make it a true holographic replica. Microsoft uses its Azure AI technology and neural text speech to make this possible. He works by making records of White's voice to create a custom voice signature to sound as if speaking in Japanese. possible with HoloLens. It looks like this is just a demonstration for the moment and you will need access to a Mixed Reality shooting studio so you can even take advantage of it. Microsoft's studios are equipped with high-resolution lighting devices and cameras to capture a completely accurate holographic digital hologram that is not something that can be done easily at home with a smartphone yet. and talks about the ambitions of the company with Azure, HoloLens and beyond. So far, HoloLens 2 can be focused on business, but Microsoft is trying to build software and services that will grow to where the increased reality can do.