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Bind an 3D object to a 2D Boundingbox

Hello community,

I am working on a project for my school.
I use object detection via deep learning with an image I take with the hololens. I send this image to a server which sends me boundingboxes for the found objects. Now I want to bind an 3D object to those boundingboxes in the real world distance, to navigate to those 3D objects. I know that there is no option to use the raw depth data, but maybe someone here got an idea how to manage it. Is there a way I can use the HoloToolkit spatial understanding to maybe set a point at the real world object by getting the spatial underlaying of the image boundingbox?

I hope you understand my question, I am no english native, so ask if there's something unclear.

Thanks for your help.

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