Evaluation of Visual Requirements and Software-Design for Immersive Visibility in Industrial Applications

  • Currently, many sources predict increasing use of AR technology in the industrial environment. The task of immersive productive assistance systems is to provide information contextually to the industrial user. Therefore, it is essential to explore the factors and effects that influence the visibility and the corresponding quality of this information. Caused by the technical limitations of additive display technology and application conditions, this new approach has evaluated the immersive visibility of Landolt Rings in various greyscales against ambient illuminance levels on different industrial-like surfaces, coupled with and without a white virtual background. For this purpose, an empirical study in a within-subjects-design with full factorial experimental design (n=23) was conducted on Microsoft HoloLens 2 hardware. The mean values of the main effects indicate that visibility is significantly affected by ambient illuminance (best results at lower level), greyscale (best results at middle level) and virtual background (best results with background). In contrast, the choice of surface is shown to have no statistically significant effect on visibility, however it affects the response time. Additionally, cross-interactions of variables were analyzed and lead to a design recommendation for immersive industrial applications.

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Author:Maximilian Rosilius, Benedikt Wirsing, Ingo von Eitzen, Markus Wilhelm, Jan Schmitt, Bastian Engelmann, Volker Bräutigam
Persistent identifier:https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Rosilius_Maximilian/publication/355896115_Evaluation_of_Visual_Requirements_and_Software-Design_for_Immersive_Visibility_in_Industrial_Applications/links/6189827807be5f31b7591290/Evaluation-of-Visual-Requirements-and-Software-Design-for-Immersive-Visibility-in-Industrial-Applications.pdf
Parent Title (English):2021 IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality Adjunct (ISMAR-Adjunct)
Document Type:Conference Proceeding
Year of publication:2021
Release Date:2023/06/13
First Page:234
Last Page:239
Institutes and faculty:Fakultäten / Fakultät Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
Institute / Institut Digital Engineering (IDEE)
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