Andrew Irlitti

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This paper presents results of a study measuring user performance in a procedural task using Spatial Augmented Reality (SAR). The task required participants to press sequences of buttons on two control panel designs in the correct order. Instructions for the task were shown either on a computer monitor, or projected directly onto the control panels. This(More)
Mobile devices such as some recent phones are now fitted with projection capabilities that support Spatial Augmented Reality (SAR) and require investigation to uncover new interaction possibilities. This paper presents a study measuring user performance in a search and select task using a tracked handheld projector and data tags, a 3D physical cue. This(More)
We describe new techniques to allow constraint driven design using spatial augmented reality (SAR), using projectors to animate a physical prop. The goal is to bring the designer into the visual working space, interacting directly with a dynamic design, allowing for intuitive interactions, while gaining access to affordance through the use of physical(More)
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