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Room Concept required

Hello All,
I'm working on some concept applications for HoloLens, and I'm wondering if I specifically need to work in the context of a "Room" for where Holograms go. Is it possible to place holograms based on other information, and work with an open concept like being outside?

Thanks
john

Best Answer

Answers

  • It should be. For example if you design everything so that it renders in a radius from the user (with the user being 0,0 on a grid) then it should just travel wherever the user goes.

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