Augmented Reality for Construction Tasks : Doorlock Assembly ∗

@inproceedings{Reiners1998AugmentedRF,
  title={Augmented Reality for Construction Tasks : Doorlock Assembly ∗},
  author={Dirk Reiners and Didier Stricker and Gudrun Klinker and Stefan M{\"u}ller},
  year={1998}
}
Augmented Reality is a technology that integrates pictures of virtual objects into images of the real world. Besides the technical problems still to be solved, for industry to be interested in this technology the additional amount of work needed to use the technology in relation to the benefit has to be visible. Furthermore the question how this integrates into the information technology infrastructure of the company is important. This paper describes an Augmented Reality demonstrator for the… CONTINUE READING

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