Kinetic AR

Augmented reality can serve as a flexible medium to configure smart objects in our environment; however, objects are not always static. Kinetic AR is a new field of augmented reality research where we explore the programming of motion in physical space. We present a holistic user experience framework for visual programming of robotic motion systems in Augmented Reality. 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.

Fuste, Anna, et al. “Kinetic AR: A Framework for Robotic Motion Systems in Spatial Computing.” Extended Abstracts of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. 2020.

Fuste, Anna, et al. “Kinetic AR: Robotic Motion Planning and Programming using Augmented Reality Interfaces.” Companion of the 2020 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction. 2020.

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