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Runtime: Distinguish between Hololens and the Mixed-Reality-Simulator

SiHSiH
edited May 2017 in Questions And Answers

Hello,

for a project i need to distinguish, if the programm is running on HoloLens or on the Mixed-Reality-Simulator. Is there any possibility to do this?

Best Answers

  • SiHSiH
    Accepted Answer

    If anytime someone has the same problem as me, i just used
    bool deviceHoloLens = SystemInfo.graphicsDeviceName.equals("HoloLens Graphics");

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  • SiHSiH
    Accepted Answer

    If anytime someone has the same problem as me, i just used
    bool deviceHoloLens = SystemInfo.graphicsDeviceName.equals("HoloLens Graphics");

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