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Microsoft Hololens project with QR QR/barcode scanning

edited February 2018 in Questions And Answers

Hi All,
I will be working on a project where QR/barcode scanning is needed and other special virtual objects need to be created like virtual humans . I will hang some QR codes for special human conversation and other usage .
I am really interested in using Hololens in this project but have some questions before I decide to go a head . My plan as I explained is to create some virtual objects such as specific 2D/3D shapes ( QR...etc ) or two virtual human conversations . In my project , I need to locate this virtual objects so my questions are :
Is it possible to create a specific virtual objects with Hololens ? in other words. Can hololen be programmed to create a specific objects like QR ( Quick response ) code , virtual ....etc ?
IF yes. Can I locate this object ( get x,y,z 2D /3D) and is the location is accurate with Holones or there wil be l some errors and how much percentage will be the error in your experience ?

I saw some tutorials on UWP, QR Code Scanning with ZXing and HoloLens ( not sure if they are able to get the location of the QR ) so the Holons Sdk can not craete these QR alone . it must be used with ZXing.
I am totally new to Hololens.

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