Need to present your HoloLens application to a live audience?
Want to take high resolution images and video of your application?
Learn how to use spectator view with your app to take your holographic captures to a new level. Along the way, you'll also learn some of the inner workings of the spectator view code.
Jackson is a software engineer at Microsoft on the HoloLens developer platform where he developed spectator view. He is also one of the faces behind the scenes on the HoloToolkit and the developer forums.
Also this month fellow member Blaise Misutama who is the Assistant Program Manager at Bellevue College Continuing Education will be present a short 10-15 minute Member Conversation presentation and share information about their AR/VR continuing education program and a new AR/VR advisory council they are building.
If you are interested in participating in the Member Conversation portion of an upcoming meeting please let me know.
As usual there will also be an opportunity for HoloLens experiences in the informal portion after the presentations and door prizes when HoloLens demos, food and socializing occurs.
Please RSVP before 4pm the day of the meeting. Accurate numbers of the expected turnout will help this month's food sponsor when placing their pizza order and it helps expedite everyone's experience checking in at the door when you arrive at Orange Studios (http://www.orangestudios.com/).
If you find that your plans change after RSVP'ing please take a moment to update that RSVP to let us know.