Experiences in mixed reality-based collocated after action review

@article{Quarles2013ExperiencesIM,
  title={Experiences in mixed reality-based collocated after action review},
  author={John Quarles and Samsun Lampotang and Ira Fischler and Paul A. Fishwick and Benjamin Lok},
  journal={Virtual Reality},
  year={2013},
  volume={17},
  pages={239-252}
}
After action review (AAR) is a widely used training practice in which trainees and trainers review past training experiences and performance for the purpose of learning. AAR has often been conducted with video-based systems whereby a video of the action is reviewed afterward, usually at another location. This paper proposes collocated AAR of training experiences through mixed reality (MR). Collocated AAR allows users to review past training experiences in situ with the user’s current, real… CONTINUE READING

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