Augmented Reality for Multi-disciplinary Collaboration

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Wang, Xiangyu; Rui,;
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This chapter presents a framework for multi-disciplinary collaboration. Tangible Augmented Reality has been raised as one of suitable systems for design collaboration. Furthermore, it emphasizes the advantages of Tangible Augmented Reality to illustrate the needs for in... View more
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