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What is the best way for show the experience of mixed reality to the public?

HI all,

Like the title: What is the best way for show the experience of mixed reality to the public?

I see in presentations cameras like this:

Example: https://youtu.be/1NkoS0vNQTY?t=2m59s

I tried sharing the experience using the shared tool in HoloToolkit and using UNET of Unity but the doesn't do any soft result.

Any have a idea what is this camera? who is the interface for do that? it's a shared experience? how can do for do something silimiar like the video?

Sorry for my english.-

Greetings.-

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  • Thanks for the quick response.

  • Has their been any updates at all on this thread for "sharing your experience" yet? I'd like to be able to show a "tech demo" at some point in the near future. Or does anyone have any short cuts right now? or is the "mixed reality capture" the short cut right now.

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