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The potential of augmented reality technology for training support systems

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3 Author(s)
Young, A.L. ; Centre for Human Sci., DERA, Farnborough, UK ; Stedman, A.W. ; Cook, C.A.

This paper provides an overview of an investigation into the potential of augmented reality (AR) for training applications in future naval systems. The research programme, which is being carried out by the DERA Centre for Human Sciences, addresses a number of human factors issues that arise in applying this technology to the training domain. The potential of AR for training is considered in relation to how the technology can be used to support learning by the provision of online feedback. The aim of the programme is to evaluate the benefits of using AR technology for training the skills required in a naval operations room, and, critically, to identify any limitations

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Human Interfaces in Control Rooms, Cockpits and Command Centres, 1999. International Conference on

Date of Conference:

21-23 Jun 1999