I was super impressed with their enthusiasm, eagerness to share, and creativity of their ideas. The ideas were really thoughtful, especially given they only had 5 minutes to brainstorm. Below are a few ideas from the audience:
Rianna from Batavia High School shared an idea to make home design faster and safer. Her vision was to use mixed reality to be able to analyze a house design and see flaws or defects before the house is built. This would save time, money and potentially avoid unsafe structures from being built.
Thato from East Aurora High School shared an idea where a HoloLens user could create alternate endings to movies. The expanded idea allows users to create a movie mashup by changing actors and overall customization of the movie and its outcome.
Lucy from Washington High School shared an idea to create a game for HoloLens that would take advantage of holographic aspects generated by HoloLens combined with physical objects that are actually in the room with you.
I was so inspired by the girls and can't wait to have another chance to speak with a similar youth group!