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Designing mixed reality: perception, projects and practice

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Mixed reality is an increasingly prevalent technology that merges digital simulations with physical objects or environments. This article presents principles for the design of mixed reality compositions. The principles are illustrated by projects and experiments by the author involving architecture and robotics.
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Keywords: architecture; augmented reality; cyberspace; cybrids; mixed reality; virtual reality

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2008-05-28

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