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Hololens Spectator View - Error at calibration step

edited March 2017 in HoloLens companion app

Hi everybody,

I am trying to connect my hololens and Panasonic HDC-Z10000 camera to experience mixed reality capture. I have downloaded all the required files and did setup according to Micosoft provided documentation but when I start the app, I am getting following error.

Severity    Code    Description Project File    Line    Suppression State
Error   LNK1104 cannot open file 'C:\Users\Hololens-Desktop\Desktop\HololensSpectatorView\HoloLensCompanionKit-master\SpectatorView\Calibration\packages\cpprestsdk.v140.windesktop.msvcstl.dyn.rt-dyn.2.8.0\build\native\..\..\lib\native\v140\windesktop\msvcstl\dyn\rt-dyn\x64\Debug\cpprest140d_2_8.lib'    Calibration C:\Users\Hololens-Desktop\Desktop\HololensSpectatorView\HoloLensCompanionKit-master\SpectatorView\Calibration\Calibration\LINK  1   

Please guide me what can I do. I have checked for the files and they exists in their directories.


  • It looks like the NuGet package for cpprestSDK is not resolving.

    Do you see the that dll and lib inside \Calibration\packages\cpprestsdk.v140.windesktop.msvcstl.dyn.rt-dyn.2.8.0\lib\native\v140\windesktop\msvcstl\dyn\rt-dyn\x64\Debug

    Try right clicking your sln and selecting "Restore NuGet Packages"
    You can also try cleaning your sln and rebuilding.

    Also try building with Release (the debug version of OpenCV can be slow and might throw some asserts)

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