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How do I get the location of a SpatialAnchor?
I have a 3D DirectX Holographic app that is using spatial anchors and I was wandering how I could get the Vector3 coordinates of the SpatialAnchor.
The spatial anchor is coming from
This is all in C# and I have tried using the
SpatialPointerPose to get the
HeadPose and get the position off that but that is the position of the HoloLens and not the position of the SpatialAnchor. I only tried the HeadPose because it was the only way I could find that would give me a position.
I have had a look into the
SpatialAnchor.CoordinateSystem but could not find a way to get the Vector3 coordinates.
Any help is greatly appreciated!