Browsing Department of Information Science and Media Studies by Subject "Augmented Reality"
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The development and evaluation of CrimeSceneAR - An augmented reality application for crime scene investigation and reconstruction. (The University of Bergen, 2008-05-26)In a murder case, the key evidence is normally the corpse, which obviously, is removed from the crime scene as soon as possible. This removal can cause difficulties for the investigators, as the corpse is a crucial part ...Master thesis
(Elsevier, 2014)Mobile augmented reality (AR) applications can provide just-in-time information based on the user’s preferences and context and thus improve the tourist experience. Due to various problems, the potential of this technology ...Journal article