Augmented Reality as a Design Tool

1 year 3 months ago

The project is exploring the use of Augmented Reality and Tangible Augmented Reality for assessing the usability of products and services. The goal is to understand barriers and factors that impact their accuracy so that designers can confidently use them to reduce the time and cost of improving wireless product designs.

Team: Young Mi Choi, Ted Kim, Karan Jain, Akash Talyan, Santiago Arconada

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