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Is this app already in the works?
HoloView: using your phone/tablet/computer, see what the nearest HoloLens wearer is seeing.
First off, I'm super excited to have my invitation accepted. As soon as I received my invitation (wave 4), I had an idea for an app for phones/tablets/computers to be able to see what the HoloLens wearer is seeing. Such an app would be useful, for example, in an education setting where a teacher can wear and interact with the HoloLens and holograms, while students follow along on their phones (maybe even allow students to interact with holograms too when asking questions). It also makes it easier to collaborate when one cannot afford multiple HoloLens's. In my opinion, such an app is an absolute must and the great part is development can likely be done without even having the HoloLens. Just requires a bit of computer vision knowledge.
What do you all think?