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Microsoft HoloLens Developer’s Guide by Dennis Vroegop

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Setting up networking

We have everything set up: we understand the world and we can map our objects to real-world coordinates. It is time to share these objects with other HoloLenses. However, chances are you do not have access to more than one device. If you or your company have more than one device, it is very likely your colleagues, spouse, or kids will claim the other device. If you want to test out sharing, you have to think of another solution. The answer is pretty obvious--you DO have access to another machine. You have access to the emulator. We can use this to test our scenarios. But we do have one small problem. If you install the emulator, you might have noticed in the top-left corner of the start menu a tiny icon saying you are ...

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