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The virtual 3D-model what we see through Hololens is 3D-model or 2D-model?
Here is my question: We know that the 3D-model we see from the PC is essentially not the real 3D-model , it just provides deep hallucinations so that it looks three-dimensional. However, what about the virtual 3D-model we see through Hololens? Is it 3D-model or 2D-model? and can somebody give me some explanation. Many thanks!