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Corsican Twin: Authoring In Situ Augmented Reality Visualisations in Virtual Reality

Abstract : We introduce Corsican Twin, a tool to author augmented reality data visualisations in virtual reality using digital twins. The system provides users with the necessary contextual information needed to design embedded and situated data visualisations in a safe and convenient remote setting. The system was co-designed with and for people with little or no programming experience. Using the system, we illustrate three potential use cases for situated visualiza-tions in the context of building maintenance, including: (1) on-site equipment debugging and diagnosis; (2) remote incident playback; and (3) operations simulations for future buildings. From feedback gathered during formative evaluations of our prototype tool with domain experts, we discuss implications, opportunities, and chal-lenges for future in situ visualisation design tools.
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Arnaud Prouzeau, Yuchen Wang, Barrett Ens, Wesley Willett, Tim Dwyer. Corsican Twin: Authoring In Situ Augmented Reality Visualisations in Virtual Reality. International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces, Sep 2020, Island of Ischia, Italy. ⟨10.1145/3399715.3399743⟩. ⟨hal-02614521⟩



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