When using a Mixed Reality Headset, you have access to two sets of voice commands. The first set controls the functions of the headset itself, while the second set is specific to the app. To help you use the app more effectively, we've compiled a table of all the available voice commands. voice commands:

Voice Command


Show / Close Voice Commands

Open / Close the voice commands list inside the app.

Menu lock On / Off

Lock / Unlock the menu window.

Navigate panel back

While browsing the menu, you can navigate back to the previous page.

Next Step / Go Back

During a procedure, you can navigate to the next step or return to the previous step.

Repeat Step

During a procedure, you have the option to replay the current step from the beginning, both visually and audibly.

Close procedure

Close the procedure without needing to click the X button.

Pause Step / Resume Step

You can Pause the current step in the middle and Resume from your paused point.

Place Model

Placing a model detection by voice command.
this can help also in the middle of a procedure to re-anchor the model.

What is my IP (HoloLens 2)
What is my Device IP (Magic Leap 2)

Shows you the IP of your Device.

Here are some useful voice commands for the Hololens 2 and Magic Leap 2.

Hololens 2

Magic Leap 2


Go to Start

Go home

Go to the main menu of the headset.

Take a picture

Take a photo

Take a picture from your current view.

Start / Stop recording

Take a video
Start recording
Stop recording

Start/stop recording a video from your current view.

for more voice commands, please visit Microsoft Hololens 2 and Magic Leap 2 voice commands section on their web pages.


In conclusion, voice commands provide a convenient and efficient way to interact with AR devices. The Magic Leap 2's offline speech commands offer various options for custom and system actions without needing an internet connection. Meanwhile, HoloLens allows for natural communication of intent and easy navigation of complex interfaces using voice input. As voice technology continues to advance, it is likely to become even more prevalent in AR applications, improving user experience and accessibility.

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