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We're developing a Hololens application, but our object shows a large amount of jitter when moving closer to/further from the object.
I know the stabilization plane has to be set for that, but I don't know the ideal setup for the stabilization plane.
What would be the ideal solution for stabilizing the holograms, given that it has to work with both a big hologram (about 10x4x4m) and a small hologram?
Thanks in advance.