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LiveWorx 2019

AD926B - Visualizing Cyber Electromagnetic Activity in Augmented Reality

Session Description

The modeling and simulation team at the Army Cyber Institute (ACI) presents techniques used to capture real-time sensor data for building an intuitive awareness of RF signals in a tactical scenario. This discussion, led by Army simulationist Lieutenant Colonel Brett Lindberg, describes an approach to representing a live sensor network in augmented reality and tools used to overcome challenges encountered. Using a blend of real-time kinematic GPS data and spatial information from the Hololens, the tasks of accurately projecting 3D objects in unknown outdoor environments becomes much more manageable. However, an alternative technique leverages Vuforia tools to display information that is spatially associated without relying on GPS. This ultimately leads to another interesting finding where the team can leverage AR image targets for obtaining user feedback into a real-time simulation for measuring the experience's effectiveness.


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Aerospace & Defense Symposium
Authoring AR Experiences for A&D
Using real-time kinematic GPS, it is possible to obtain highly accurate model placement outdoors.
Vuforia image targets on analog props can serve for capturing user motions while providing tactile stimulus to the user.
Vuforia image targets can be used for aligning life-size 3D terrain models with the real world without GPS.
Breakout Session
45 minutes
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