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Masking Areas of the Spatial Mapping

Say I want to be a passenger in van going on a safari ride at a very low speed and I know the location of each of the animals. Could I mask the windows of the vehicle so the spatial mapping ignored the window and only mapped the frame?

Or could I place the interior of that van in the Hololens and have it lock onto the surrounding world with world anchors?



  • So is there a way to tape the frame of the window and maybe a giant x in the middle and then you can tell the HoloLens that is a flat surface no matter what you think you are seeing. Anyone know of sample codes to work with?

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