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Azure Percept dvice simulation

Is it possible to simulate an Azure Percept device on Azure VM?

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Hello @GuyBertental. Yes, this is possible, but not offered right now through Microsoft. It is on our roadmap, however. Also, we will have a VM available for download from the Azure Market Place for use with a Hyper-V host this summer as part of our Public Preview. Let us know if you would like to be part of a program for early testing. Thanks again for your question!

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Hey @MicheleenHarris-0177 I would like to simulate an Azure Percept device on Azure VM. Could you help me ?

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