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How to generate a mini map from spatial mapping without using Device Portal

edited September 2017 in Questions And Answers

Hey guys,
Do you know any existed GitHub codes or sites that allow you generating a mini map from spatial mapping without using Device Portal because I have seen apps like SpaceCatcher http://spacecatcher.madeinholo.com/ surely there's a way to develop the mini map after spatial scanning is complete without doing the long term of going to device portal method?

Any suggestion?

Thank you
Chris Szkoda

Answers

  • trzytrzy ✭✭✭

    This is trivial. The spatial meshes are Unity game objects. Just grab them once the scan is complete and either scale them down to a smaller size, positioned in front of you, are clone them. Bada bing bada boom. You could probably do this in one page of code :)

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