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Wand Tracking (Old Project Xray)

mavashermavasher ✭✭
edited August 2016 in Questions And Answers

Last year Microsoft demoed a wand that could be used with Hololens to track the user's hand orientation and position. They called this "holograms you can hold."

Our research/enterprise project requires this kind of tracking. We have tried various options but things are going slowly. Any information you have on this would be most helpful. Is this a product that will be available? If not, could you provide any input so that we might build our own?


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