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Incorporating User Preference to Represent Information for Manual Work Supported by Augmented Reality

Johannes TümlerChristian ScharfRüdiger MeckeMichael SchenkGeorg Paul

Augmented reality (AR) enhances sensory perception with situationally relevant virtual information. In national research and development projects, prototypes have demonstrated that AR is a suitable technology for supporting industrial work processes by providing information "on necessity". Up to now, studies have given user-oriented aspects (e.g. acceptance, ergonomics) little consideration though. This paper describes a lab experiment in which user preferences regarding the size and color of AR overlays were researched and draws pertinent conclusions for further development.

http://www.lbd.dcc.ufmg.br/colecoes/svr/2008/0029.pdf

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