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How's Spectatir view different from using a laptop ( connected via wifi to HL) and a projector

Hi. Connecting the laptop to a projector and then displaying to the audience on a projected screen. Wouldn't the effect be the same?


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  • Also, to add on the @james_ashley's answer, you get a much more stable picture/feed with the spectator view. Streaming the HoloLens output while wearing it can be very disturbing to viewers, as there is so much head movement in the feed. It doesn't seem to matter how careful you are, it's very apparent. The Spectator view, as James mentioned, provides a much higher resolution, much more stability, and a better overall experience.

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