The Art of Sharing

We love to share, no wonder we have the Art of Sharing in our payoff. In this blog you can read the latest blogs from our colleagues, covering items such as Azure, Office 365, HoloLens, SharePoint and .NET Development.

Getting a quick Mixed Reality log file from someone else's computer or HoloLens

A quick tip this time, born from necessity. I guess we've all been here - you make a perfectly working Mixed Reality app for Immersive Headsets ...

Adjusting and animating HoloLens/Mixed Reality holograms using Unity animations

Ofcourse you can script literally all animations using (something like) LeanTween, but you can also animate things using Unity animations. I have ...

An advanced gaze-following behaviour to place objects on top or in front of obstructions (and scale if necessary)

In my previous post I described some complicated calculations using a BoxCastAll to determine how to place a random object on top or in front of some ...

Calculate Mixed Reality object locations on top or in front of obstructions using BoxCastAll

It was quite difficult to name this article. Usually I try to find a title that more or less describes a good search term that I used myself when I ...

Measuring user movement in Mixed Reality apps

For a business HoloLens app I am currently developing - as well as for my app Walk the World - I needed a way to see if a user is moving or rotating ...

Running Mixed Reality apps on Windows 10 on ARM PCs–get ready for a surprise

I was planning to write a step-by-step procedure of the things you would need to do to get the Mixed Reality app I created in my previous post to ...

Simple way to prevent an unintended double tap in Mixed Reality apps

This is an easy and simple tip, but one that I use in almost every Mixed Reality app at one point. It’s mostly applicable to HoloLens: especially new ...

Fixing an Unity error when you are building your Mixed Reality app

It's not easy being green - I mean, a Mixed Reality developer. This blog is about fixing the "...Unity\Tools\AssemblyConverter.exe exited with code ...

Running your Mixed Reality app on an ‘ordinary’ PC–using an Xbox One Controller

Let’s face it – although Windows Mixed Reality has a steady uptick (at least I think I can draw that conclusion from the increasing download numbers ...