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D2.1 The Specification and Overall Requirements of the eGlasses Platform
MCCALL, Roderick; LOUVETON, Nicolas; Rumiński, Jacek
2014
 

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Keywords :
augmented reality; requirements capture; user interface; hardware; software; perceptual computing; human-computer interation
Abstract :
[en] The purpose of this document is to review the requirements of the platform in terms of human factors issues that to be addressed, provide an update on the state of the art in augmented reality requirements and to provide an early technical specification. Addressing these issues will ensure that the platform can deliver its full potential when actually operated by the end-users. Indeed, a poorly designed system will not only reduce utility and acceptance of the platform but also induce discomfort and frustration. The document keeps the requirements at a general level as it does not support specific use-case implementations. Instead this document provides a list of general specifications and requirements that must be addressed in order for the eGlasses platform to be a success.
Disciplines :
Computer science
Author, co-author :
MCCALL, Roderick ;  University of Luxembourg > Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SNT)
LOUVETON, Nicolas ;  University of Luxembourg > Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SNT)
Rumiński, Jacek;  Gdansk University of Technology > Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics
Language :
English
Title :
D2.1 The Specification and Overall Requirements of the eGlasses Platform
Publication date :
April 2014
Publisher :
University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
ISBN/EAN :
978-2-87971-130-0
Number of pages :
21
Name of the research project :
e-Glasses
Funders :
NCBiR, FWF, SNSF, ANR, and FNR in the framework of the ERA-NET CHIST-ERA II
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