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How to show environment Mesh

I followed the Holo101 Video, and drag the spatial mapping file to the Hierarchy window, but nothing happens after I deployed it. Anyone knows how to show spatial mapping somehow?
Thanks in advance

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  • PatrickPatrick mod
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    Can you try running your application under the debugger? Sometimes some informative debug spew will show up. There are times when Unity doesn't update the package manifest after changing the capabilities. In visual studio you can double check by right clicking on 'package.appxmanifest' and choosing 'show code'.

    in that xml file makes sure something like this is in there:

      <Capabilities>
        <uap2:Capability Name="spatialPerception" />
      </Capabilities>
    

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  • Hi Razer,

    Did you check the 'draw visual meshes' box? Is the material set to 'wireframe'?

    Also, when building, did you enable the spatial perception capability?

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  • Hi Patrick, I actually did both. But nothing shows up,.

  • PatrickPatrick mod
    Accepted Answer

    Can you try running your application under the debugger? Sometimes some informative debug spew will show up. There are times when Unity doesn't update the package manifest after changing the capabilities. In visual studio you can double check by right clicking on 'package.appxmanifest' and choosing 'show code'.

    in that xml file makes sure something like this is in there:

      <Capabilities>
        <uap2:Capability Name="spatialPerception" />
      </Capabilities>
    

    ===
    This post provided as-is with no warranties and confers no rights. Using information provided is done at own risk.

    (Daddy, what does 'now formatting drive C:' mean?)

  • RazerRazer
    edited June 2016

    That works, however why it only renders partially?
    --Just ignore me, it's simply because it takes time to recognize

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