Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality
Lehrstuhl für Informatikanwendungen in der Medizin & Augmented Reality

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M. Tönnis, D. A. Plecher
Presentation Principles in Augmented Reality - Classification and Categorization Guidelines (Version 1.0)
Technical Report (TUM-I1111), Technische Universität München, Germany, Jun. 6, 2011. (bib)

Classifying the presentation space generated through the paradigm of Augmented Reality requires incorporation of different factors. Information not only can be presented in a 3D space, Augmented Reality also puts virtual information in relation to real objects, locations or events. This document presents the current state of efforts towards such a classification of the Augmented Reality presentation space. Six classes of presentation principles are introduced and their definitions are presented. Where appropriate and necessary deeper discussions for possible future extensions are given and excurses discuss special appearances. These classes can serve for different purposes. One purpose is the application on existing Augmented Reality systems. To facilitate such categorization tasks, restrictions on the number of entities are defined to keep the number at addressable levels. Abbreviated codewords for all entities are introduced to support illustration of presentation principles at useful length. Furthermore, examples are presented to illustrate, how applications are categorized.
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