A framework for rapid evaluation of prototypes with Augmented F eality Selim Balcisoy Computer Graphics Laboratory Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne ssbalcis@ lig.di.epfl.ch ABSTRACT In this paper we present a new framework in Augmented Reality context for rapid evaluation of prototypes before manufacture. The design of such prototypes is a time consuming process, leading t o the need of previous evaluation in realistic interactive environments. We have extended the definition of modelling object geometry with modelling object behaviour being able to evaluate them in a mixed environment. Such enhancements allow the development of tools and methods to test object behaviour, and perform interactions between real virtual humans and complex real and virtual objects. We propose a framework for testing the design of objects i an augmented reality context, where a virtual human is able to perform evaluation tests with an object composed of tea and virtual components. In this paper our framework is described and a case study is presented. Keywords: Augmented Reality, Object Behaviour, Virtua Humans, Prototyping, Human Factors. Marcelo Kallmann Computer Graphics Laboratory Swiss Federal institute of Technology, Lausanne kallmann @lig.di.epfl.ch Pascal Fua Computer Graphics Laboratory Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne fua @ lig.di
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