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Extended Reality (XR) Spectrum
Extended Reality (XR) refers to all the real-and-virtual environments generated by computer technology and wearables – in other words a spectrum of capabilities.
Types of Augmented Reality
The objects and users can move around in the environment, but the AR experience is limited to the fields of view of both the fixed projector and supporting camera for tracking. A projection-based Augmented Reality system can provide user instructions or assistance in a variety of media such as:
Factory Acceptance Tests (FATs)
This approach can be particularly useful in an automation engagement where the packaging machine may already be in the customer facility, and the automation components are being assembled outside of the facility. We can use AR to recreate a “combined” view if you will.
Augmented Reality for Packaging Operations
If you haven’t read our page on Augmented Reality for Packaging Operations, find out how AR can be used to help with training, work instructions, inspection instructions and compliance, remote collaboration, and performance monitoring and analytics.