SysSpatialInputDeviceWatcher SysSpatialInputDeviceWatcher SysSpatialInputDeviceWatcher SysSpatialInputDeviceWatcher SysSpatialInputDeviceWatcher Class

Definition

Monitors changes to the set of spatial input devices, and provides notifications when that set changes.

Important

This API is available only to components of the Windows operating system. Calls to these APIs will fail at runtime for all other processes. These APIs may be modified or removed in future Windows releases.

public : sealed class SysSpatialInputDeviceWatcher
struct winrt::Windows::System::Implementation::Holographic::SysSpatialInputDeviceWatcher
public sealed class SysSpatialInputDeviceWatcher
Public NotInheritable Class SysSpatialInputDeviceWatcher
var sysSpatialInputDeviceWatcher = new sysSpatialInputDeviceWatcher();
Attributes

Windows 10 requirements

Device family
Windows Holographic System Implementation Extension SDK (introduced v10.0.17763.0) Windows Holographic System Implementation Extension SDK (introduced v10.0.17763.0)
API contract
Windows.System.Implementation.Holographic.HoloSysImplementationContract (introduced v1)

Constructors

SysSpatialInputDeviceWatcher() SysSpatialInputDeviceWatcher() SysSpatialInputDeviceWatcher() SysSpatialInputDeviceWatcher() SysSpatialInputDeviceWatcher()

Creates a new spatial input device watcher.

Important

This API is available only to components of the Windows operating system. Calls to these APIs will fail at runtime for all other processes. These APIs may be modified or removed in future Windows releases.

Properties

Status Status Status Status Status

Gets the operational status of the spatial input device watcher.

Important

This API is available only to components of the Windows operating system. Calls to these APIs will fail at runtime for all other processes. These APIs may be modified or removed in future Windows releases.

Methods

Start() Start() Start() Start() Start()

Starts watching for changes to the set of spatial input devices.

Important

This API is available only to components of the Windows operating system. Calls to these APIs will fail at runtime for all other processes. These APIs may be modified or removed in future Windows releases.

Stop() Stop() Stop() Stop() Stop()

Stops watching for changes to the set of spatial input devices.

Important

This API is available only to components of the Windows operating system. Calls to these APIs will fail at runtime for all other processes. These APIs may be modified or removed in future Windows releases.

Events

Added Added Added Added Added

The event that is raised when a new spatial input device is added.

Important

This API is available only to components of the Windows operating system. Calls to these APIs will fail at runtime for all other processes. These APIs may be modified or removed in future Windows releases.

EnumerationCompleted EnumerationCompleted EnumerationCompleted EnumerationCompleted EnumerationCompleted

The event that is raised when the initial replay of spatial input devices has completed.

Important

This API is available only to components of the Windows operating system. Calls to these APIs will fail at runtime for all other processes. These APIs may be modified or removed in future Windows releases.

Removed Removed Removed Removed Removed

The event that is raised when a spatial input device is removed.

Important

This API is available only to components of the Windows operating system. Calls to these APIs will fail at runtime for all other processes. These APIs may be modified or removed in future Windows releases.

Stopped Stopped Stopped Stopped Stopped

The event that is raised when spatial input device watching has stopped.

Important

This API is available only to components of the Windows operating system. Calls to these APIs will fail at runtime for all other processes. These APIs may be modified or removed in future Windows releases.

Updated Updated Updated Updated Updated

The event that is raised when an existing spatial input device has its metadata updated.

Important

This API is available only to components of the Windows operating system. Calls to these APIs will fail at runtime for all other processes. These APIs may be modified or removed in future Windows releases.