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Augmented Reality for Multi-disciplinary Collaboration

RuiIrene Chen; Xiangyu Wang;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2010
  • Publisher: InTech
During the past few years, people have started to consider using digital technologies to assist the multi-disciplinary work ( Sonnenwald, 2007; Mentzas & Bafoutsou, 2004; Bos & Zimmerman, 2007). Many design activities involve participants from different disciplines. Cross-disciplines require information sharing. Comprehension also becomes more complicated. Therefore the need of understanding the other disciplines has become more important. However, as the number of specialty areas increases, the languages that define each separate knowledge base become increasingly complicating. Hence, concepts and viewpoints that were once considered as part of a whole become d...
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