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How to handle a crowded space

edited September 2016 in Questions And Answers
Hi. If I wanted to develop a gestural experience with several Hololens users alongside each other, what might be the best way to avoid one user's hand motions being picked by an adjacent user's Hololens?

I've read here that one can't distinguish between left and right hands; and that two-handed gestures are unreliable due to head movement and the need to keep both hands in the gesture frame. Has anyone else found a way to reject unwanted input from others?

thanks in advance for any thoughts on this!
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