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#Microsoft holo-lens
The American startup Magic Leap has released a spectacular video showing a virtual screen superimposed over a real-world environment. This is seen used for work, entertainment and online shopping while the user moves around their home or office without being cut off from surroundings. Companies including Google, Alibaba and Qualcomm have already invested in the project.

The somewhat secretive tech firm Magic Leap hasn't released any other information about its technology or hinted at a timeframe for its arrival. Plus, there's still no word on what form the project will take when it eventually sees the light of day. It could be a headset, glasses or even contact lenses -- as suggested by a patent application already submitted by the startup, whose secret apparently lies in the way light bounces off objects and reaches the eye.

This taste of things to come is reminiscent of Microsoft's HoloLens in bringing holographic virtual-reality elements to real-world environments. A HoloLens demo in autumn 2015 showcased users exploring worlds full of holograms and interacting with them.

It's an open secret that Google is working on its own virtual-reality technology. That said, the firm could be set to use the advanced hologram-based technology currently in development at Magic Leap, seeing as Google supports and finances the startup. Google has already filed a patent for a wearable device (headset or goggles) that's compatible with this kind of 3D imagery, with scope for both professional and gaming applications, for example.

In January 2015, Google halted the albeit limited sale of its Google Glass device to rethink the project and return with a more polished product at a later date. There's no doubt that using Magic Leap's technology would make for a more showstopping device.

These futuristic projects are pretty far removed from the "classic" virtual reality systems on the market today. These take the form of headsets or glasses, built to varying degrees of technical sophistication (from Google's basic Cardboard viewer to the HTC Vive).


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How to delete your Instagram #instagram

Is Instagram so engrossing it is keeping you from having a productive life? Conversely, maybe it’s not good enough or there are certain things in there you would rather live without seeing. Regardless of your position, sometimes it’s better to simply let go of your account. We re here to help you go through the process of deleting your Instagram account.

It’s not too complicated to get rid of your Instagram profile, but there is something you must know first. There are two options for making your Instagram account disappear. You can delete it temporarily or permanently. The main difference is that deleting it permanently will erase all your photos and videos. Suspending it will simply make your data invisible, but all your content will be there when you decide to come back.

Ready? Let’s take you through the steps for each method.

How to temporarily disable an Instagram account:

Use a browser to go to (you can’t do it from the application).Log in.Click on the profile button in the top-right corner.Next to your profile picture and user name, select “Edit Profile”.Scroll down and select the “Temporarily disable my account” link.Select a reason why you are disabling your account.Re-enter your password.Click on the button that says “Temporarily Disable Account”.To reactivate the account, simply log back into it.

How to delete an Instagram account (permanently)

From a browser, go to Instagram’s dedicated page for deleting accounts.If you are not logged in, you will be asked to do so.Select your reason for deleting the account.Re-enter your password.Select the red button stating: “Permanently delete my account”.Your account is now gone.

Wrapping up

There you have it, guys. If you have made the choice to step out of the Instagram world, these are all the steps you need to follow to take care of business. Now hit the comments and let us know why you are leaving! If I was to delete my account, it would be temporarily, and probably to avoid distractions.

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