- ScopeAR showed off their ScopeAssist system, which uses 3D augmented reality animations to provide non-technical users with instructions that appear over their real-world counterparts.
- More recently, ScopeAR launched RemoteAR, similar to ScopeAssist, but also uses telepresence to include a live expert providing instruction.
- RemoteAR will allow experts to communicate and solve issues without having to be available on-site, potentially incurring downtime and travel costs.
From the article:
This past June at the Augmented World Expo (AWE 2015) trade show ScopeAR demonstrated their ScopeAssist system, which used 3D augmented reality animations to provide non-technical users with easily followed instructions that appear over their real-world counterparts…
More recently, ScopeAR launched RemoteAR — a system similar to ScopeAssist, but with a live expert providing instruction via telepresence rather than pre-recorded solutions. We were able to experience the RemoteAR system during a demonstration of Epson’s Moverio glasses, using screen sharing and augmented reality tools that “lock” onto real word objects, as the expert used tools to draw, highlight, annotate and even load 3D content onto the augmented reality image. …
Head over to Architechnologist for the full article, and for video promos of both ScopeAssist and RemoteAR.