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How many HoloLens can communicate under spatial anchor sharing scenario?

How many HoloLens can communicate under spatial anchor sharing scenario?



  • @Xinyu_Liu as mentioned in this other thread:

    Multiple HoloLens can communicate with each other over a network (usually through a server application) to create a shared experience. At the Build 2016 Holographic Academy I experienced a shared HoloLens session with about 9 users in our group that were all at the same location. I have seen mention somewhere that when you have more than 5 HoloLens devices in the same physical location that there is a possibility of interference between their sensor arrays, but we did not have any problems in our case.

    One mention of the potential of light interference can be found on this page of the docs

    the presence of more than five HoloLens devices may cause interference.

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