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Digital human models (DHM) have evolved as useful tools for ergonomic workplace design and product development, and found in various industries and education. DHM systems which dominate the market were developed for specific purposes and differ significantly, which is not only reflected in non-compatible results of DHM simulations, but also provoking… (More)
Head mounted displays (HMDs) can be used as an guidance system for manual assembling tasks: contrary to using a Tablet-PC, instructions are always shown in the field of view while hands are kept free for the task. This is believed to be one of the major advantage of using HMDs. In the study reported here, performance, visual fatigue, and subjective strain… (More)
This paper sums up the main results from a research project focusing on prolonged work with head mounted displays and the effect on physiological and mental strain.