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With projectors and depth cameras getting cheaper, assistive systems in industrial manufacturing are becoming increasingly ubiquitous. As these systems are able to continuously provide feedback using in-situ projection, they are perfectly suited for supporting impaired workers in assembling products. However, so far little research has been conducted to… (More)
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For the user-centered development of an assistance system for manual order picking with impaired people, the interaction partners "human and machine" are interviewed and examined in a first analysis. A survey of user-tasks and --requirements was carried out in form of an expert interview with a questionnaire in a sheltered workshop. Thereby 78… (More)
Due to increasing complexity of products and the demographic change at manual assembly workplaces, interactive and context-aware instructions for assembling products are becoming more and more important. Over the last years, many systems using head-mounted displays (HMDs) and in-situ projection have been proposed. We are observing a trend in assistive… (More)