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Daydream Lenovo Mirage Solo - access to the front camera(s) stream ?

Discussion in 'Daydream' started by jonlab, Jul 20, 2018.

  1. jonlab

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    Is there any known way to get the front camera(s) stream and put it on a material in scene ? I would like to display what is in front of the user in the real world - and enable this killer feature that allow the user to remove the "safety" and enable the world sense tracking on a large scale !
     
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  2. McDev02

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    Hello.
    Does anyone have any news ? I can't find anything.
    I tried to use XRCameraSystem but I can't make it working.

    Does anyone have succeeded to make the see through working ?

    Thank you
     
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  12. jumasudo

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    Has google killed this idea as well? Is there anyway to make our own libraries based on the HoloLens, instead will be impleting the controller and the see-through mode? I mean they both use c#, there must be away we can start creating stuff in AR using the daydream and implementing the VPS ( visual position system). Kinda like walking around with them and pointing a certaing object and have it identified by throwing back a description of what we are currently pointing at. I hope I don't sound like a Mad scientist haha.
     
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