Anchoring 2D gesture annotations in augmented reality

@article{Nuernberger2016Anchoring2G,
  title={Anchoring 2D gesture annotations in augmented reality},
  author={Benjamin Nuernberger and K. Lien and Tobias H{\"o}llerer and M. Turk},
  journal={2016 IEEE Virtual Reality (VR)},
  year={2016},
  pages={247-248}
}
Augmented reality enhanced collaboration systems often allow users to draw 2D gesture annotations onto video feeds to help collaborators to complete physical tasks. [...] Key Method We first determined a generic vocabulary of important 2D gestures for remote collaboration by running an Amazon Mechanical Turk study with 88 participants. Next, we designed a novel system to automatically handle the top two 2D gesture annotations - arrows and circles.Expand
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