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Is it possible to affect real-world objects through a hologram?
Hi, working on my first project with the Hololens and had a question Google wasn't able to asnwer. Is it possible to create a game object (or hologram) that affects the world behind it? For instance if I wanted an effect that makes movement under the skin, like lungs expanding and contracting. Another example would be an effect that makes things behind it look like they are underwater. So it would be a hologram you place and then see through it to the real-world object that "appears" to be expanding and contracting?