Well put. Gaming will always be there, but real, practical uses will open many more possibilities. I had two different applications for Glass posed to me, but got no support from Google to develop these. Make sure the applications have real value, and can't easily be made fun of.
In FastCompany: Well thought out piece.
With Hololens, Microsoft Is Learning From Google Glass's Failure ...
Where Google Glass failed, Hololens seems poised to succeed as a tool for the working man rather than a consumer headset for gamers. ... "
I still prefer the term 'Augmented Reality' to Microsoft's 'Mixed Reality'.