Augmented reality application for assembly training
Date of Issue2018
School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
One of the most discussed technology now days is augmented reality and its application. However, the research in this topic has actually started decades ago. In 1997, Azuma et al. has published a survey discussing augmented reality and its potential. However, only with the recently commercialized augmented reality hardware like Microsoft HoloLens and Epson Moverio; together with the advancement of computer vision algorithm, SLAM system, and deep learning, now developers have accessed to the tools that can create a working augmented reality application. In this project, an augmented reality application dealing with the manual assembly process will be made. Using Unity as the mainframe and Wikitude to handle the object detection and 3D models' augmentation, the application will guide the user step by step in assembling a Lego structure from its pieces, replacing the traditional way of using the instruction book. The application itself will be made for Android devices which includes the common smart phone/tablet and an augmented reality glasses called Epson Moverio.
DRNTU::Engineering::Mechanical engineering::Assistive technology
Final Year Project (FYP)
Nanyang Technological University
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