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How to add holograms to the hologram app

edited May 2016 in Questions And Answers

Is this possible ?

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  • This is correct @Joan
    Thank you for adding this comment.

  • In the mixed reality headset home are these holograms full screen or do they sit in your home? I would really like to make applications that are 3d but don't take you out of the home.

  • @evanjames said:

    Is this possible ?

    Yes it is possible but not via the Holograms app. You need to use the 3D viewer app instead. Create a file in Blender. Save as fbx. Import into paint3D and save in glb file format. Enter the Cliffhouse, Skyloft or custom environment and launch the 3D viewer app. Browse for your glb file and place you 3D model anywhere inside your environment. Note there is a size limit to models.

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