A Deep Dive Into Microsoft Hololens Emulator

In this article you will learn more abou the Microsoft Hololens Emulator.

As we have started working on Microsoft Hololens Emulator I tried certain things that were a surprise for me and henceI'm sharing the experience with you all.

I was just working on a new project and I discovered some magic of Hololens emulator. I discovered that the Hololens emulator interface can be controlled by a web page. You can easily manage your apps from a web page.

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Let's Start with the View

When you open the device portal it opens up in a web page the striking resemblance of Hololens in the web page you get all the device specs it's an amazing thing,

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Let's break them down.

Home

Home gives the device status basic information of Hololens Emulator device.

home

3D View

It gives options to allow how we interact with the apps.

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Mixed Reality Capture

It gives us all the ways of capturing the rendering techniques in Hololens.

Mixed Reality Capture

Performance Tracing

It allows us to check on a performance of the apps it takes time to give the results.

Performance Tracing

Processes

It shows what are the processes running in the emulator.

Processes

System Performance

It shows how everything is working on the Hololens and the status,

 System Performance

Apps

It shows currently the apps installed in the Hololens emulator.

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App Crash Dumps

Shows if an app has crashed or not,

App Crash Dumps

The important Thing Simulation

It allows us to see the way a simulation can be done.

 The important Thing Simulation

Conclusion

With this overview we have seen that the web view or the device portal view carries lot of information of the Hololens device and it easily helps us to monitor the way an app can be handled in Hololens Emulator to the final Hololens deployment.

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