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Hololens frustum is set below my head
I'm gaining experience with the Hololens by creating a simple app. The only object in this app is a 3d cube. The cube has a position of X:0, Y:0, & Z: 2. But when I deploy the app to my Hololens it appears in front, above my head, and to the right. Even if I set the position to 0,0,0 it appears above my head and to the right.
Looking at the 3D View on the Hololen's tools webpage I noticed the following.
Namely that the floor is too high and the frustum is set below my head. I re-ran the configuration to see if that would solve the issue with no luck.
What would cause this to occur? How can I resolve it?
It seems like the spatial data is incorrect. This is not a problem in the Hololens emulator. It also does not seem to affect the native Holograms.