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Continuous detection of moving QRCode with Microsoft.MixedReality.QR
I'm trying to use the Microsoft.MixedReality.QR in order to make a continuous detection of a QRCode on Hololens V2. Imagine having a QRCode sicked to your hand and a 3D model following it, that's the idea.
But it looks like this lib doesn't meant to be use this way. Indeed, the detection update event are fired at a "chaotic" rate and the received positions are late compared to the real QRCode one.
So it works perfectly well for a static QRCode but not a dynamic one.
does anyone tried to use it this way before ?