@dcstaples, I think it's the allure of immersive 3D vision, infinite screen size, and mixing real existing products with overlayed edits from the 3D models... and it's just cool!
What's the "use case" ? Furniture Design is a good example.
I think the idea of being able to walk around a chair is more realistic then spinning it in 3D space... that's really only 2D. Placing a chair in a room and seeing from different positions would be fantastic to experience.
Machine Design... walking up to a machine and experiencing the Huma Factors, etc. would help a lot.
The Development kit is $3,000
So hurry up so I can ask for one for Christmas.... I got my SP3 by asking for it for my birthday and that worked.
Does this mean I could walk into a room on a jobsite and wave the Surface around and show people what the future interior would look like? That would be incredible!