Virtual reality and augmented reality headsets can offer mind-blowing digital experiences, but they are, by design, singular experiences. Trying to describe it to someone without a headset
For me putting on a Microsoft Hololens and seeing my first (good) Hololens demo was a "wow" experience. I've been doing VR/3D/AR for a long long time but Hololens really jumped out as special. Since then we've (4D Pipeline) have developed a number of products for Hololens for Automotive, CAD, Manufacturing and others. Some of these developments have been really amazing (if i say so myself) in terms of doing something that just was not possible to do before.
One of the troubles with Hololens is it's so hard to explain and sell (until someone puts them on and tries them out). Looks like i'm not alone in this - Microsoft too has this challenge.
So please go out and grab your Hololens! :)