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Attechment one hologram to another (only holograms)

The problem is in what my holograms can't "see" each other. I have 2 objects (sphere and cube) and one of them (sphere) can reason about environment in terms of being able to move to the place (after I tapped on it) where I'm pointing (using Spatial Mapping (code in addition *)). My aim is to attach this object which I can move to another one (cube), which is a hologram too but static. I thought that because of meshes which attached to the objects my holograms will be to see themselves but when I try to attach sphere to cube the first one just can't see cube and go through it.

  • I wish it helped to find the root cause of this problem (open in Visual Studio)

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