Augmented Reality for Maintenance and Repair (ARMAR)

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Augmented Reality for Maintenance  and Repair (ARMAR)

This emerging technology is making a breakthrough in education. The U.S. Marine Corps are testing AR technology developed at Columbia University to train mechanics. The headgear projects animated 3-D computer graphics onto the equipment under repair, labeling parts and giving step-by-step guidance.
“The marines worked faster with our AR program than with laptop-based manuals,” says Steven Feiner, a computer scientist at Columbia.
Retrieved from   http://monet.cs.columbia.edu/projects/armar/

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