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Spatial Understanding Data

I'm familiar with how to locate different objects using the spatial understanding app from the holotoolkit, but I'm a bit confused on how to make use of that data. Say I wanted to place an object on a wall in the room, how could I go about doing that?


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  • @stepan_stulov So just to clarify, isn't something like this site specific? Especially when I'm moving to a different room, what if i always want two rectangles to be anchored on the walls to my left and right side when the app starts, how do i make sure that when I step into a bigger room that these objects aren't simply floating in space?

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