Two wearable testbeds for augmented reality: itWARNS and WIMMIS

@article{Behringer2000TwoWT,
  title={Two wearable testbeds for augmented reality: itWARNS and WIMMIS},
  author={R. Behringer and C. Tam and J. McGee and S. Sundareswaran and M. Vassiliou},
  journal={Digest of Papers. Fourth International Symposium on Wearable Computers},
  year={2000},
  pages={189-190}
}
Personal applications employing Augmented Reality (AR) technology require ease of use and wearability. Progress in hardware miniaturization has enabled the development of wearable testbeds providing sufficient computing power for demanding AR tasks. RSC has assembled a wearable testbed for AR applications consisting solely of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware components. The system is worn as a jacket with hardware attached to a vest frame (Xybernaut) and cabling concealed under Velcro… Expand

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