Features, features, features - that's the theme of our first major HoloMeeting update. Among the new features that we've added is a Camera feature for remote assistance & maintenance use cases as well as the ability to sketch collaboratively using the Freehand Draw feature. We're still only just into 2018 but it is full steam ahead with HoloMeeting and what it can bring to business.
We have been swiftly adding new features and updates over the past few weeks in order to increase the overall functionality of HoloMeeting. We have now, however, moved to a fortnightly update schedule. As such, the next update will be released on Friday, 2nd of February 2018.
New Features released
Camera integration - you can now share your HoloLens' camera with other meeting participantsFreehand draw - you can now sketch collaboratively in 3DView 60 different filetypes on HoloLens - We have added 60 different filetypes into HoloMeeting including the popular HoloLens Solidworks and HoloLens Revit integrationsAdded ability to place and reposition main menuAdded log out of OneDrive button in Settings
Changed the whiteboard feature drawing mechanic - it now follows the same input method as the Freehand draw toolFixed whiteboard line renderer orderAvatar names as billboard - name tag automatically rotates towards each user to increase readabilityImproved anchoring system for hologram stabilityAdded progress bar when loading 3D models from the cloud
Fixed an error which prevented some users from seeing shared OneDrive files
Long file/folder lists within OneDrive can extend past the menuLoading too many high polygon models may cause audio artefacts
We look forward to bringing more HoloMeeting news and updates as they come and inviting more clients to join our access programme.
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