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AR Assist functionality will enable non technical users to attach AR 3D Annotations to physical objects and environments in the real world supported by EON IoT sensor data, EON Geo positional tracking, and EON AI.
Knowledge – when you need it, as you need it.
The connection between Augmented Reality annotations and the physical world is achieved through AI based image recognition, for normal tablets and smartphones, or the 3-D scanning capability of more sophisticated devices, such as Google Tango or HoloLens. These annotations can be supplemented by additional data such as Geo-positional data, IoT data, AI input, or streamed data from cloud based sources.
Workers and students are provided detailed AVR guidance on how to complete a complex task through visual cues and instructions. If they encounter problems, users can refer back to AVR instructions or connect, using EON Coliseum, with remote experts to get real-time assistance, with VOIP or live camera feed from the user’s device.
This functionality will, for example, allow a worker to create, on demand, augmented reality annotations linked to the physical factory equipment where they have identified a malfunction. This annotation can be text, voice, video and, if available, the corresponding EON AVR object to facilitate a manufacturing, maintenance, repair, or operation procedure. Additionally, the worker can receive related AI processed IoT data that gives more detailed information on the malfunction than a gauge or standard instrumentation would.
With AR Assist, a teacher or a student can prepare an AR Biology and AR Physics Lab and link it, on the spot, to physical objects in the classroom. Annotations can enrich these AR labs with text, voice, video or objects from the EON AVR library, in subjects such as Chemistry or Physics.