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Accessing HoloLens's camera

edited September 2019 in General

There is any posibility to access Hololens's camera (my device is the first model) as we access a Security Video Camera? I mean, there is a port opened on localhost (on device) that gives access to the camera output?

What i want to do is to access the camera and apply (real-time) different filters so that to send those frames and display them on a 2D texture, but i don't know the IP address that shows the output's camera.

Please note that i don't need a VideoCapture or PhotoCapture or sth like that, but just to access Camera's Frames in Real time.

Thank you,

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