In this post, we will go over how to implement and support airtap gestures for your application. The airtap gesture is the simplest select gesture performed on the Hololens. More on gestures can be found here.
Another way to interact with your holograms is via voice commands. Hololens supports a variety of voice commands with the help of Cortana. Apart from the standard commands, you can program your own keywords to specify certain interactions with holographic objects.
Now that we have successfully created our first Hololens application, we need to load it onto the Hololens and try it out real time. There are various steps in this process, starting from applying settings in Unity to building the application onto the device using Visual Studio.
One of the most elegant features of the Hololens is that, basically, you are the cursor. Looking at a holographic object is equivalent to moving your mouse cursor to point.
In this post, we will develop a simple script that utilizes the Gaze feature of the Hololens to perform certain actions on objects in the scene that we can interact with.