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“…Furthermore, different types of cameras are utilized in AR research, such as RGB-D, binocular, stereo, depth, infrared, monocular, pinhole, wide-angle and omnidirectional cameras. In custom setups, VR headsets (Oculus Rift and Oculus DK2) were also adapted as AR displays [38][39][40][41].…”
Section: Ar Technologymentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Furthermore, different types of cameras are utilized in AR research, such as RGB-D, binocular, stereo, depth, infrared, monocular, pinhole, wide-angle and omnidirectional cameras. In custom setups, VR headsets (Oculus Rift and Oculus DK2) were also adapted as AR displays [38][39][40][41].…”
Section: Ar Technologymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…ROS (Robot Operating System) was employed as the main platform for data sharing and system integration. Another example of robot teleoperation with AR-based visual feedback was invented by Brizzi et al [39]. The authors discussed how AR can improve the sense of embodiment in HRI based on experiments with Baxter robot which was teleoperated in an industrial assembly scenario.…”
Section: Ar For Human-robot Interactionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Manipulation of the observed space via AR was analyzed in robot teleoperation studies by Brizzi and Peppoloni et al in [69,70]. A headset-based AR environment was used to give a first-person perspective of the robot arm actuation, with AR cues added for robot arm's motion vectors.…”
Section: Improving Perception or Task Performance With Armentioning
confidence: 99%
“…the operated machinery is seen from outside, since first-person views i.e. views of the operated machinery from inside or ego-centric perspective have been covered in remote control teleoperation by [69,70]. The AR factor was varied by three Augmentation designs-a target-specific marker (A1), a 2D grid-map (A2) and a 3D scaling cube Fig.…”
Section: Experiments Designmentioning
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