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IMMERSIVE VISUALISATIONS IN DESIGN: USING AUGMENTED REALITY (AR) FOR INFORMATION PRESENTATION

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 June 2020

A. Bravo*
Affiliation:
DTU-Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
A. M. Maier
Affiliation:
DTU-Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Abstract

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Immersive visualisations introduce new possibilities for experiencing design, and as such for presenting information. To date, studies in design have focused mostly on immersive visualisations supporting product decisions. However, little attention has been paid to information presentation, e.g. in design reviews, for decisions in the boardroom, and/or for client presentations. This study with industry practitioners identifies information presentation practices and challenges, develops an immersive visualisation prototype, and explores opportunities for the use of immersive visualisations.

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