ON YOUR MARK(ER)S
AR recognizes markers to show additional information on the screen. The marker determines which content to show, and acts as an anchor point, so that the content remains glued to the real world image.
Markers can be specific tags for the purpose, typically fixed to a wall or an installation. But they can be normal objects too… parts, machines, tools, models, moulds, or anything that can be recognized by image processing software.
AR INFORMS AND ASSISTS
Augmented reality can be the context sensitive coach or teacher to operators and trainees. Calling out all sorts of information and learning content, automatically or on-demand.
AR can decide on which content to show, based on real-time process data, measurements, feedback, procedural steps, experience of the operator, etc. The information is anchored to markers or recognizable objects, so it will change with every marker. Because of the clear link between content and predefined locations, the trainee can learn very hands-on and can see the effect of his interactions reflected on the spot.
As we offer a one-stop-shop approach to AR, our teams develop not only the required AR software applications, but all the multimedia and informational content that goes inside.
Whether it’s graphics, 3D technical animations, training videos or interactive modules, we have the people and the tools to make sure your trainees or operators can rely on a digital coach that supports them with professional, concise and clear information.