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Interactive worker assistance: comparing the effects of in-situ projection, head-mounted displays, tablet, and paper instructions
With increasing complexity of assembly tasks and an increasing number of product variants, instruction systems providing cognitive support at the workplace are becoming more important. DifferentExpand
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Using a touch-sensitive wristband for text entry on smart watches
The ongoing miniaturization of computing devices enabled smart watches with capabilities almost on par with smart phones. Due to immanent size restrictions smart watches require specifically designedExpand
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A benchmark for interactive augmented reality instructions for assembly tasks
With the opportunity to customize ordered products, assembly tasks are becoming more and more complex. To meet these increased demands, a variety of interactive instruction systems have beenExpand
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Working with Augmented Reality?: A Long-Term Analysis of In-Situ Instructions at the Assembly Workplace
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 moreExpand
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The Design Space of Augmented and Virtual Reality Applications for Assistive Environments in Manufacturing: A Visual Approach
Research on how to take advantage of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality applications and technologies in the domain of manufacturing has brought forward a great number of concepts, prototypes, andExpand
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Comparing Tactile, Auditory, and Visual Assembly Error-Feedback for Workers with Cognitive Impairments
More and more industrial manufacturing companies are outsourcing assembly tasks to sheltered work organizations where cognitively impaired workers are employed. To facilitate these assembly tasksExpand
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Using Head-Mounted Displays and In-Situ Projection for Assistive Systems: A Comparison
The increasing demand to customize products affects production workers in many industries, as assembly tasks become more complex due to higher product variety. Assistive systems providingExpand
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DroneNavigator: Using Drones for Navigating Visually Impaired Persons
Even after decades of research about navigation support for visually impaired people, moving independently still remains a major challenge. Previous work in HCI explored a large number of navigationExpand
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Towards a gamification of industrial production: a comparative study in sheltered work environments
Using video game elements to improve user experience and user engagement in non-game applications is called "gamification". This method of enriching human-computer interaction has been appliedExpand
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Pick from here!: an interactive mobile cart using in-situ projection for order picking
Order Picking is not only one of the most important but also most mentally demanding and error-prone tasks in the industry. Both stationary and wearable systems have been introduced to facilitateExpand
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