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I tried to switch visualization from SpatialMapping to SpatialUnderstanding
First by entering this when I enter in "scanning mode"
SpatialMappingManager.Instance.DrawVisualMeshes = false; SpatialUnderstanding.Instance.UnderstandingCustomMesh.DrawProcessedMesh = true;
and then this when i quit "the scanning mode"
SpatialMappingManager.Instance.DrawVisualMeshes = true; SpatialUnderstanding.Instance.UnderstandingCustomMesh.DrawProcessedMesh = false;
And I end up with a mix of both visualization , this looks very bad. It's like the
SpatialUnderstanding.Instance.UnderstandingCustomMesh.DrawProcessedMesh = false;
doesn't work really well.
The strange thing is that the code is quite simple, it only disable all renderers ...
I do not understand
Any idea ?