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Vuforia Markers Stability
I've just started working with Vuforia on Hololens and I was wondering if my experience was normal. I made my own marker (based on hiro) and everything seems to work, although the hologram isn't exactly stable, and when I get a certain distance away, it has a lot of trouble detecting. I'm just curious if this is par for the course, or if there's some things I can do to improve performance. My marker was pretty small, so I'm wondering if increasing the size could help with tracking. I appreciate any thoughts/suggestions.