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Simple hole filling

Does anyone know of any simple hole filling algorithms available for post-processing the meshes from HoloLens?

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  • I would recommend getting familiar with Holograms 230, at at least the code. It shows you some additional options to increase the quality of the scan itself, and then process the mesh into planes.

    https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/holographic/holograms_230

  • @Micheal said:
    I would recommend getting familiar with Holograms 230, at at least the code. It shows you some additional options to increase the quality of the scan itself, and then process the mesh into planes.

    https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/holographic/holograms_230

    Does that code actually mention anything about hole filling, other than fitting planes to surfaces?

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