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How to use a SpatialEntity?

Hello mixed reality dev forum!

Since I read this entry, I've tried to use the SpatialEntity to have shared experiences with HoloLens.

But each time I try to use it from an actual program in the HoloLens, my app throws a marvelous exception: ArgumentException "value does not fall within the expected range".
This is thrown each time when I called the SpatialEntity constructor, but if I believe my fellow Visual Studio and the C# compiler, I respect the arguments of this method.

Is anyone here ever encountered the same issue? Or am I not using this class properly?

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