Shared TapToPlace issues
Hello, the problem I'm having is a little complicated as I tried different ways of solving it ending up with different issues, so I'll try to break this down.
Using Unity 2017.4.1f1.
1. Mixed Reality Toolkit (Example)
I implemented this specific package containing the standard toolkit and a few examples, then proceeded to open the SharingTest scene. It had a missing script which I replaced with the TapToPlace script (I supposed that to be the missing script, since there was an Interpolator script as well), I then built it and connected two HoloLens. The outcome varied every time I rebuilt/restarted the application, giving me either:
- No connection to the Sharing Service app
- Only one HoloLens connecting
- Both connecting with desynced anchor
- Both connected but anchor kept going back to the original position no matter who tried to move it
2. Mixed Reality Toolkit (NO example)
After the failed experiment with the example scene, I tried making my own example adding the scripts I deemed necessary and ended up having a scene where both HoloLens could see what was going on but the scene was not synced correctly and all of the sudden the objects I used for testing purposes, with a TapToPlace script, kept going back to their last position letting no one move them. I only tried this twice
3. MR Sharing 240 tutorial
At last, I tried following this specific tutorial and managed to set up the scene correctly, but I had two recurring problems:
- Out of 10 tests, the app connected only _once _to the Sharing Service
- Out of 10 tests, I managed to be able to place the Hologram only once (not sure if it was the same time the connection worked)
I am now at a complete defeat. I've been trying for days with no success and it seems no one is interested or just isn't having these issues. What would you suggest?
My final purpose is to create an app with a Main User _and a _Spectator User that allows me to:
1. Open a scene with an object instantly placed by the main user that the spectator/s can see
2. Open a scene where the main user spawns and moves objects which the spectator/s can see in real-time or with some slight delay
Scenes should always be synced either manually or automatically.
Thank you for your time.