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Title: AN INTEGRATED AUGMENTED REALITY METHOD TO ASSEMBLY SIMULATION AND GUIDANCE
Authors: XIN WANG
Keywords: augmented reality, assembly simulation, assembly guidance, human computer interaction, real-virtual interaction, hybrid tracking
Issue Date: 8-Jan-2016
Citation: XIN WANG (2016-01-08). AN INTEGRATED AUGMENTED REALITY METHOD TO ASSEMBLY SIMULATION AND GUIDANCE. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This thesis focuses on two popular research topics in mechanical assembly, i.e., assembly motion simulation (AMS) and assembly operation guidance (AOG). An augmented reality (AR)-based AMS system (ARAMS) is proposed to incorporate the real-virtual interaction, so that users can obtain more immersive simulation with bare-hand interface. A component contact handling (CCH) strategy is proposed to model all the possible movements of virtual components when they interact with real. A method is proposed to calculate the resultant forces exerted on virtual components from contacts with real components and manipulation from the user?s hands. For the topic of AOG, a novel human Cognition-based interactive Augmented Reality Assembly Guidance Module (CARAGM) is proposed to investigate how AR can provide various modalities of guidance to assembly operators for different phases of user cognition process during assembly tasks. In order to implement ARAMS and CARAGM, an integrated augmented reality assembly environment (IARAE) is developed.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/125241
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