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HOW TO USE OCCLUSION
I recently made a taptoplace app and successfully,I can move object through gaze.
can i change that so I can move objects with my hand?
the second question is:
I would like to be able to place objects only on the surface of the real object to make i more real.
as for now, i can put hologramms anywhere.
What i'm trying to achieve is to give my holograms a "physical characteristics" so that they can't be place anywhere.
i saw that in the hololens academy it possibly by mapping the space first but i was hoping if there is anyway to achieve that without having to map the space first.
my project will be used in a small space like a cabinet room.
hope you can help me with that.