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Install the tools

Get the tools you need to build apps for Microsoft HoloLens and Windows Mixed Reality immersive headsets. There is no separate SDK for Windows Mixed Reality development; you'll use Visual Studio with the Windows 10 SDK.

Don't have a mixed reality device? You can install the HoloLens emulator to build mixed reality apps without a HoloLens. You can also use the Windows Mixed Reality simulator to test your mixed reality apps for immersive headsets.

We recommend installing the Unity game engine as an easy way to get started creating mixed reality apps.

Tip

Bookmark this page and check it regularly to keep up-to-date on the most recent version of each tool recommended for mixed reality development.


Installation checklist for HoloLens

Download and Install Notes
Install Visual Studio
  • Select the Universal Windows Platform development workload
  • Select the Game Development with Unity workload
    • You may deselect the Unity Editor optional component since you'll be installing a newer version of Unity from the instructions below.

All editions of Visual Studio are supported (including Community). While Visual Studio Update 3 is still supported, we recommend Visual Studio for the best experience.

HoloLens emulator and holographic templates:

Install HoloLens emulator for Windows 10 April Update

Install previous build of HoloLens emulator()
The emulator allows you to run Windows Holographic apps in a virtual machine without a physical HoloLens. It includes a virtual HoloLens image that runs the latest version of the Windows Holographic OS. You can install multiple builds of the emulator side-by-side. This package also includes holographic DirectX project templates for Visual Studio. If desired, you can select to install only the templates without the emulator.

Your system must support Hyper-V for the Emulator installation to succeed. Please reference the system requirements section below for details.

Install Unity Last known release: f1 issued April 6th,

The Unity engine is an easy way to get started building a holographic app.&#;

  • is the LTS (Long Term Support) stream , and it is the best version to start new projects in, and to migrate forward to in order to pick up the latest stability fixes. The specific builds currently available, the support policy, issues fixed, outstanding known issues, and release notes can all be viewed here.
  • When installing, make sure to select the Windows Store .NET Scripting Backend (you may install the docs as well).
Install VuforiaLast known release: issued July 23rd,
Vuforia enables you to create holographic apps that can recognize specific things in the environment and attach experiences to them. Review the getting started guide to learn how easy it is to extend the capabilities of your holographic apps with the Vuforia Engine. You can get a free development license at komitet2010.info

Installation checklist for immersive headsets

Download and Install Notes
Install Windows 10 April UpdateInstall the Windows 10 April Update

Enable Developer mode: go to Settings > Update & Security > For developers

Enterprise and corporate managed PCs

  • If your PC is tightly managed by an IT organization, you may need to contact them in order to update
  • More information on Creators Update for Enterprise is in this blog entry

'N' versions of Windows: immersive (VR) headsets are not supported on 'N' versions of Windows

Install Visual Studio

Install Visual Studio with the Windows 10 April Update SDK

  • Select the Universal Windows Platform development workload

         

  • If developing with Unity, select the Game Development with Unity workload
    • You may deselect the Unity Editor optional component since you'll be installing a newer version of Unity.

         

  • If using IL2CPP in Unity, select the Desktop development with C++ workload

         

All editions of Visual Studio are supported (including Community).

Install Windows 10 April Update SDKInstall the Windows 10 April Update SDK The Windows 10 April Update SDK is included in the latest version of Visual Studio You can also download and install the .EXE or .ISO for the SDK using the link in the column to the left.
Install Unity Last known release: f1 issued April 6th,

The Unity engine is an easy way to get started building a mixed reality app.&#;

  • is the LTS (Long Term Support) stream , and it is the best version to start new projects in, and to migrate forward to in order to pick up the latest stability fixes. The specific builds currently available, the support policy, issues fixed, outstanding known issues, and release notes can all be viewed here.
  • When installing, make sure to select the Windows Store .NET Scripting Backend (you may install the docs as well).
For DirectX development:Install holographic templates for Visual Studio (Windows 10 April Update) If you are doing DirectX development, you can install this package, which includes holographic DirectX project templates for Visual Studio. If desired, you can select to install only the templates without the HoloLens emulator.
Update graphics driversCheck Windows Update for new driver updates

You may also want to check your video card manufacturer's website for the most up-to-date graphics drivers

Mixed Reality Toolkit

The Mixed Reality Toolkit is a collection of scripts and components intended to accelerate development of applications targeting Microsoft HoloLens and Windows Mixed Reality headsets. The project is aimed at reducing barriers to entry to create mixed reality applications and contribute back to the community as we all grow.

System requirements

The Windows 10 SDK works best on the Windows 10 operating system. This SDK is also supported on Windows , Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Server , Windows Server R2. Note that not all tools are supported on older operating systems. Visual Studio also has system requirements.

HoloLens Emulator

The HoloLens emulator is based on Hyper-V and uses RemoteFx for hardware accelerated graphics. To use the emulator, make sure your PC meets these hardware requirements:

  • bit Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, or Education (Note: the Home edition does not support Hyper-V or the HoloLens emulator)
  • bit CPU
  • CPU with 4 cores (or multiple CPU's with a total of 4 cores)
  • 8 GB of RAM or more
  • In the BIOS, the following features must be supported and enabled:
    • Hardware-assisted virtualization
    • Second Level Address Translation (SLAT)
    • Hardware-based Data Execution Prevention (DEP)
  • GPU (The emulator might work with an unsupported GPU, but will be significantly slower)
    • DirectX or later
    • WDDM driver or later

If your system meets the above requirements, please ensure that the "Hyper-V" feature has been enabled on your system through Control Panel -> Programs -> Programs and Features -> Turn Windows Features on or off -> ensure that "Hyper-V" is selected for the Emulator installation to be successful.

Immersive headset development

Note

The following guidelines are the current minimum and recommended specs for your immersive headset development PC, and may be updated regularly.

If your immersive headset development PC does not have full-sized HDMI and/or USB ports, you'll need adapters to connect your headset.

There are currently known issues with some hardware configurations, particularly with notebooks that have hybrid graphics.

Minimum Recommended
ProcessorNotebook: Intel Mobile Core i5 7th generation CPU, Dual-Core with Hyper Threading Desktop: Intel Desktop i5 6th generation CPU, Dual-Core with Hyper Threading OR AMD FX Ghz Quad-Core equivalentDesktop: Intel Desktop i7 6th generation (6 Core) OR AMD Ryzen 5 (6 Core, 12 threads)
GPUNotebook: NVIDIA GTX M, AMD RX M (2GB) equivalent or greater DX12 capable GPU Desktop: NVIDIA GTX /, AMD Radeon RX (2GB) equivalent or greater DX12 capable GPUDesktop: NVIDIA GTX /, AMD Radeon RX (2GB) equivalent or greater DX12 capable GPU
GPU driver WDDM version WDDM driver
Thermal Design Power 15W or greater
Graphics display ports 1x available graphics display port for&#;headset (HDMI or DisplayPort for 60Hz headsets, HDMI or DisplayPort for 90Hz headsets)
Display resolution Resolution: SVGA (x) or greater Bit depth: 32 bits of color per pixel
Memory 8&#;GB of RAM or greater 16 GB of RAM or greater
Storage >10 GB additional free space
USB Ports 1x available USB port for headset (USB Type-A) Note: USB must supply a minimum of mA
Bluetooth Bluetooth (for accessory connectivity)

Troubleshooting

You may see an error while installing the emulator that you need "Visual Studio Update 1 and UWP tools version ". There are three possible causes of this error:

  • You do not have a recent enough version of Visual Studio (Visual Studio or Visual Studio Update 1 or later) Follow the instructions above to install the latest release of Visual Studio.
  • You have a recent enough version of Visual Studio, but you do not have the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) tools installed. This is an optional feature for Visual Studio.

You may also see an error installing the emulator on a non-PRO/Enterprise/Education SKU of Windows or if you do not have Hyper-V feature enabled.

  • Please read the 'System Requirements' section above for a complete set of requirements
  • Please also ensure that Hyper-V feature has been enabled on your system.

See also

Источник: komitet2010.info

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