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First deploy opens in window
I'm still new to development on the hololens and come from an artist's perspective so my programming is VERY limited.
I've followed the origami instructions to a tee and still didn't get it to work. SO, I just did a simple sphere out of unity and into VS the same way as the instructions for Origami were.
I got VS to talk to my hololens (finally) but the unity scene opens in a window and I can't move around the object.
I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong?
I'm using the correct version of unity and the scene is very simple - just a sphere and a directional light.