Combining digital pen, tactile, and AR for technical documentation during maintenance procedures

Abstract : The SUMATRA project addresses the problem of handling technical documentation during onsite maintenance. After an analysis phase that highlighted the extended use of pens and printed material by maintenance operators, we designed a multimodal, multi-device system that combines traditional pen and paper writing, augmented reality, and tactile surfaces for reading, manipulating, and editing technical documentation in industrial maintenance. The systems aims at blending the various modalities offered by those devices in order to offer a more seamless and less invasive use.
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Hanaë Rateau, Alexis Clay, Sébastien Bottecchia. Combining digital pen, tactile, and AR for technical documentation during maintenance procedures. 30eme conférence francophone sur l'interaction homme-machine, Oct 2018, Brest, France. 2p. ⟨hal-01900065⟩

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