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Crossing over a block
I have a study, in this study, I want to ask subjects to cross over an object (for example a block) I want to simulate something like a real block and see the pathway of my subjects when they are walking and what happens to their pathway.
My problem is the limited field of view of Hololens. For example, when they are near to the block they should turn their heads to see the block otherwise, they can't see the block. So it is now as the real-world condition.
Is there any solution or other devices I can use in this study?