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IEEE and ACM International Symposium on Augmented Reality (ISAR'01)
Testing Information Delivery Methods Using Augmented Reality
New York, New York
October 29-October 30
ISBN: 0-7695-1375-1
Paul Jackson, The Boeing Company
Joan Ealey-Sawyer, Morris Brown College
I-Li Lu, The Boeing Company
Stephen Jones, The Boeing Company
This paper describes an experiment conducted to compare three technologies in delivering a multi-step maintenance procedure to a factory worker. Optical see- through augmented reality, a web browser and a traditional paper-based manual used as control were the three technologies. Both augmented reality and the web browser expoited voice recognition and text to speech capability thus enabling a hands free user interface. The measure of the experiment was time to completion. An entrance and exit questionaire were given to subjects to obtain qualitative measurements. Thirty-six individuals participated in a randomized block experiment design with repeated measures.
Citation:
Paul Jackson, Joan Ealey-Sawyer, I-Li Lu, Stephen Jones, "Testing Information Delivery Methods Using Augmented Reality," isar, pp.171, IEEE and ACM International Symposium on Augmented Reality (ISAR'01), 2001
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