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How can I hide wire-frames of Spatial Mapping

I want to hide wire-frames like the official app "Holograms" like the video below. How can I do this?



  • pstuevenpstueven ✭✭
    edited August 2018

    Hey @Feel_Physics ,
    assuming you are developing in Unity, set the Material of your Spatial Mesh to an occlusion material(e. g. to be found in the Mixed Reality Toolkit) and all should be done.

  • Thank you for your advice! But I tried "Spatial Mapping Occlusion" and "Occlusion" material but they doesn't occlude holograms. hmm...

  • Do you use any other scripts that happen to override the mesh? Like SpatialUnderstanding or so?

  • Sorry for my late response. No, I don't use other script, hmm...

  • Hmm... is it possible to publish your setup so that I can try to reproduce the problem and maybe find a fix on this?

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