Cross-virtuality visualization, interaction and collaboration

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Abstract

In X-Pro, we investigate novel user-centric methods and techniques for cross-virtuality analytics. Cross-virtuality analytics in our sense aims to enable a seamless integration and transition between conventional 2D visualization, augmented reality and virtual reality in order to provide users with optimal visual and algorithmic support with maximum cognitive and perceptual suitability, depending on their current tasks and needs in the analysis process. We thus focus on methods and techniques mainly for production data, which promise a new quality of visual analytics along the reality-virtuality-continuum in order to facilitate a completely different level of visual and spatial perception as compared to the state of the art. Aside the conception and development of novel visualization techniques, we also concentrate on a close collaboration and interaction of users within this continuum. Regarding analyzing, exploring and modeling of data, evaluations of trends, the detection of patterns and outliers as well as correlations in the data will be of utmost importance. We target to investigate concepts of novel visual metaphors, novel interaction concepts, their mathematical foundations, and evaluate them in terms of their technical feasibility, their cognitive, perceptional and ergonomic usability. We believe that cross-virtuality analytics has the potential to fundamentally improve data-driven planning, control, optimization and quality assurance.

Original languageEnglish
JournalCEUR Workshop Proceedings
Volume2779
Publication statusPublished - 2020
Event1st International Workshop on Cross-Reality ,XR Interaction, XR 2020 - Lisbon, Portugal
Duration: 8 Oct 2020 → …

Keywords

  • Collaboration
  • Cross virtuality
  • Interaction
  • Mixed reality

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