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How to make the secure zone of different immersive devices same

We are developing collaboration application using more than two devices, we want the secure zone of these devices is on all fours. Is there any api or configuration files ? I need your help ,help, help! Thank you very much!

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  • 137yc137yc
    Accepted Answer

    @Akira_Chen said:
    Hi.
    There is not a way currently to export/re-use the bounding area across devices with each device setting up the boundary.

    For the sharing of data, this is still not a scenario that we support since this is heavily tied to the PC and end hardware that is being used. Imagine that the PC has two different headset EOM, we don’t support this as of yet given the focus is to get the consumer (one user) working well with boundaries for that user. We have not enabled a way to copy this data from one PC to another as of yet.

    Well, Thank you very much!

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  • Hi.
    There is not a way currently to export/re-use the bounding area across devices with each device setting up the boundary.

    For the sharing of data, this is still not a scenario that we support since this is heavily tied to the PC and end hardware that is being used. Imagine that the PC has two different headset EOM, we don’t support this as of yet given the focus is to get the consumer (one user) working well with boundaries for that user. We have not enabled a way to copy this data from one PC to another as of yet.

  • @Akira_Chen said:
    For your question we need to communicate with our product group. Before that, I would like to confirm that your target is to share boundaries between different WMR devices. If so,please let me know.

    yes

  • 137yc137yc
    Accepted Answer

    @Akira_Chen said:
    Hi.
    There is not a way currently to export/re-use the bounding area across devices with each device setting up the boundary.

    For the sharing of data, this is still not a scenario that we support since this is heavily tied to the PC and end hardware that is being used. Imagine that the PC has two different headset EOM, we don’t support this as of yet given the focus is to get the consumer (one user) working well with boundaries for that user. We have not enabled a way to copy this data from one PC to another as of yet.

    Well, Thank you very much!

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