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How to use handles to scale like in the hologram app

i want to create a box around an 3d object like in the hologram app to scale. With an Air-Tap I will be possible to drag and the object is getting bigger or smaller.

How can I realize that in unity?



  • Hi @DragonValor ,
    I search exactly the same? Are you got any results?

  • I'm looking for a solution now quite a while.. some discussions and scripts, but not a real solution yet...

    any update available?

  • Not so hard but really takes a while to implement. Manage several points and make them draggable; when dragging change the object and other points as well. Cubes and spheres is enough.

  • Thanks Civitas, however, I'm really looking for a step by step approach with scripts....

  • I want the same funs. Can we intergrate windows tile to implement this?
    like some plugins.Looking forward to the reply and implement of some one.

  • You could use the App Bar and Bounding Box from the MR Design Labs


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