Microsoft's augmented-reality computer, HoloLens allows its users to spot mistakes ahead of time, rather than make workers correct the mistakes as they happen.   This is brilliant technology for the construction industry.  The HoloLens, works by placing a holographic image in the user's physical space which in turn helps increase efficiency on time  by allowing the users to spot those mistakes and helps stop budgets from running over.  

As with any new technology Microsoft will need to examine all construction working environments, as having a set of goggles obstructing your vision could prove dangerous on any building site.   

The main question is, will we find more engineering firms embracing this technology or will they see it as just a new toy?