Windows 10, UWP, HoloLens & A Simple Two-Way Socket Library (Part 2)

NB: The usual blog disclaimer for this site applies to posts around HoloLens. I am not on the HoloLens team. I have no details on HoloLens other than what is on the public web and so what I post here is just from my own experience experimenting with pieces that are publicly available and you should always check out the official developer site for the product documentation.

Following on from my previous blog-post;

Windows 10, UWP, HoloLens & A Simple Two-Way Socket Library

I took some of the pieces and re-configured them slightly such that it was easier for me to build upon and I added a Packages folder to the github repository with some pieces packaged which make it easier for me to;

  1. Start a blank project
  2. Add two pieces of UI for the case where the device has connected to a remote socket and the case where it hasn’t.

and I tested that out in this little screen capture here so that I can build upon it and refer back to it in the future;

I’m going to try and then build on this towards ‘shared holographic experiences in a follow-on post…

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