Augmented Prosthetics is a UX/UI design concept for prosthetic systems. The user can interact with Augmented Reality interfaces that allow the tweaking and adjusting of parameters for a prosthetic limb. The Augmented Prosthetics prototype was developed in the context of the Kinetic AR research project.
The Kinetic AR framework facilitates human-robot collaboration in a co-located environment. Our goal is to present a deployable guide for the creation and visualization of manifold robotic interfaces while maintaining a low entry barrier to complex spatial hardware programming.
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