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► VR on Hololens?
We have loaded a model of an Irish castle onto the Hololens including detailed interior/exterior/grounds . . . we view the model in life-size at a gymnasium . . . results are surprisingly good . . . but it's more like VR because 99% of the time, the entire field of view is occupied by the object.
Anyone else doing something similar?
. . . sorry about the double-post . . . don't see how to delete one