“A sketch interface to support storyboarding of augmented reality experiences” by Presti, Gandy, MacIntyre and Dow

  • ©Peter Presti, Maribeth Gandy, Blair MacIntyre, and Steven Dow




    A sketch interface to support storyboarding of augmented reality experiences



    AR is a user interaction paradigm where a person’s perception of the world around them is directly augmented with graphics and sound, often using see-through/hear-through head-worn displays. AR systems (and their users) are, by definition, situated in the physical world being augmented.


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