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HoloToolkit Sharing

nayansethnayanseth
edited July 2016 in Discussion

The documentation for this service is not great. Could someone possibly give basic steps or guidelines on how to proceed? I have gone through Holographic Academy 240 but still no output.

Here's what I have been doing:

  1. Downloaded the HoloToolkit Unity from Github
  2. Opened the project in Unity
  3. Opened the test Sharing scene
  4. Launched the LaunchSharingService
  5. Typed the IP of the server with port in SharingStage (should I use localhost on server machine? I am currently using the local LAN IP which gets assigned)
  6. Ran the scene in Unity
  7. Deployed app to Hololens but somehow I still don't see any output

The LaunchSharingService says received message but no handler registered for the machine running the server

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  • hi! which was the port you used and how can I knwo which port to use? I'm having the same problem

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