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TCP Sockets - Sending Image data from Python client to Hololens Server
Hi there, after weeks of frustration I was finally able to get a simple message sent from my python client to my hololens server. My ultimate goal is to get an image sent instead of just a simple string message. Is anybody experienced with doing something like this? I would really appreciate any guidance on this, I'm very new to sockets and the hololens seems to only make it more difficult.
Current code I have: https://gist.github.com/jryebread/3961e890375fcc8a64c8ac3d279ec9fa
I think the python code is sending the image correctly its just that on the receiving end I don't think I am dealing with the bytes array properly.