Virtual Planning, Control, and Machining for a Modular-Based Automated Factory Operation in an Augmented Reality Environment

@article{Pai2016VirtualPC,
  title={Virtual Planning, Control, and Machining for a Modular-Based Automated Factory Operation in an Augmented Reality Environment},
  author={Yun Suen Pai and Hwa Jen Yap and Siti Zawiah Md Dawal and S. Ramesh and Sin Ye Phoon},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2016},
  volume={6}
}
This study presents a modular-based implementation of augmented reality to provide an immersive experience in learning or teaching the planning phase, control system, and machining parameters of a fully automated work cell. The architecture of the system consists of three code modules that can operate independently or combined to create a complete system that is able to guide engineers from the layout planning phase to the prototyping of the final product. The layout planning module determines… 

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