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1 June 2016 Use of display technologies for augmented reality enhancement
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Augmented reality (AR) is seen as an important tool for the future of user interfaces as well as training applications. An important application area for AR is expected to be in the digitization of training and worker instructions used in the Brilliant Factory environment. The transition of work instructions methods from printed pages in a book or taped to a machine to virtual simulations is a long step with many challenges along the way. A variety of augmented reality tools are being explored today for industrial applications that range from simple programmable projections in the work space to 3D displays and head mounted gear. This paper will review where some of these tool are today and some of the pros and cons being considered for the future worker environment.
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Kevin Harding "Use of display technologies for augmented reality enhancement", Proc. SPIE 9867, Three-Dimensional Imaging, Visualization, and Display 2016, 986704 (1 June 2016);


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