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What is supposed to happen with Poster Calibration Sample?
Correct me if I am wrong:
From the Readme of PosterCalibration, I understood that by looking at physical poster,
the holographic poster(and all related object) will be placed over it.
I am confused because when I run the application:
1. I added a cube to the CalibrationZone. When I run the application, I can't see the cube moving and so I assume that the holographic poster is not moving as well.
2. It seems to be that I have to move the holographic manually through voice command which is contradictory to what the Readme file is stating.
Am I having problems because I am using the screen to look at the picture? (the Readme file said I can use the use the screen instead of printing the poster).