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  • Hi itzjustsamuel, 

    What end result are you trying to achieve with hand tracking? 



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  • I’m just trying to get hand tracking to work with 3D objects

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  • Hi Samuel!

    The hand tracking is rendered on the Orthographic camera. By default 3D objects are added to the perspective camera. One way to find this is by enabling the layer view in the objects panel:

    Then, make sure that all the colored dots (which represents different layers) are the same:

    You should now see your object tracking with the hand. Don't forget to make sure the transform of the object is as you expect as well.

    Let me know if you need any clarification!



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  • Is the hand tracking supposed to work in the perspective camera?


    I'd like to attach something to my hand and see it change size with my hand depending how close my hand is to the camera.



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