Hololens 2 fetch detected IPD?

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I would like to be able to find out what the calculated IPD is after doing an eye calibration, any way to get that data? 

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With the HoloLens 2, eye calibration is more than just the IPD, it also includes additional more complicated calibration information! What are you trying to accomplish with the IPD value here?

With the most recent HoloLens 2 update, we also added 'Auto Eye Positioning' which will calibrate the user's eyes in the background, without an explicit calibration step! You can check the details for that in the release notes here:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/hololens/hololens-release-notes#windows-holographic-version-20h2

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