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Tilt Brush 3D models into the HoloLens

fBaccifBacci
edited March 2018 in Questions And Answers

Hi guys! I was wondering whether anyone has tried to put into a HoloLens application some 3D models created with Tilt Brush. Were the holograms stable? Was the HoloLens able to render the models? Did you experience any issues? Obviously, it depends on the level of details of the model. However, I was hoping to hear how it went.
Specifically, I just need to "draw" my uni's coat of arms in Tilt Brush and display it into a "marketing" HoloLens app.
Thanks!

edit: sorry, wrong category. I'll move my question to the right category.

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