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Better Spatial Mapping Effects
from my point of view, spatial mapping is the most valuable / necessary feature of HoloLens. While the user waits for the room to be scanned, apps like Fragments and RoboRaid produce some very cool scanning effects.
While the Wireframe material that comes with HoloToolkit is very cheap/fast/laconic, it is also boring and reminds me of the 80s - sorry HoloToolkit .
How could we achieve some similar to RoboRaid and Fragments scanning visualisation/effects? Are there any prefabs out there? If not, which would be the steps to create a texture-like spatial mesh?
Many thanks in advance!