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► VR on Hololens?

sweebachsweebach
edited October 2017 in Questions And Answers

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

Answers

  • james_ashleyjames_ashley ✭✭✭✭

    I think a lot of people are doing similar things for architectural apps. The real selling point is being about to shrink it down and placing it on a table as well as blowing it up to fill a gym.

    James Ashley
    VS 2017 v5.3.3, Unity 2017.3.0f3, MRTK 2017.1.2, W10 17063
    Microsoft MVP, Freelance HoloLens/MR Developer
    www.imaginativeuniversal.com

  • The nice thing about the gym is that one can walk about inside and outside as if it were real

  • What is your question?

    AR Developer

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