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Title: APPLICATION OF AUGMENTED REALITY IN MANUAL ASSEMBLY DESIGN AND PLANNING
Authors: WANG ZHENBIAO
Keywords: MANUAL ASSEMBLY, ASSEMBLY CONSTRAINT, AUGMENTED REALITY, BARE HAND INTERACTION, ASSEMBLY DESIGN, ASSEMBLY PLANNING
Issue Date: 31-Oct-2012
Source: WANG ZHENBIAO (2012-10-31). APPLICATION OF AUGMENTED REALITY IN MANUAL ASSEMBLY DESIGN AND PLANNING. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Assembly design and planning during the initial product design stage are highly significant to industrial product development. Augmented reality (AR) is a technology in which intuitive interaction experience is provided to the users by combining the real environment with various computer-generated texts, images, 3D CAD models, etc. AR technologies have opened up a powerful set of tools for computer-aided assembly design and planning. In this research, an AR interactive manual assembly design and planning (ARIMADP) system has been developed to support manual assembly design with a 3D natural bare-hand interaction (3DNBHI) interface. The ARIMADP system is a constraint-based assembly simulation, design, and planning system that can be used by the users to simulate manual assembly process without the need for any auxiliary CAD information.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/37866
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