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Looking out the Window

I've seen videos where people were able to look through windows and see holograms. But when I look out my window, it appears to treat it like a regular wall mesh. Am I missing something? Is there a way to fix this?

Answers

  • I think it may depend on the environment. I've noticed that the sensors act weird around reflective and transparent surfaces. If you are looking outside it could come down to where the sun is positioned. I Just try to stay away from weird environments as the hololens acts up.

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