Augmentations in MirageXR are primitives that comprise the holographic part of the training experience of the user. A trainer can use different types of augmentations to construct the holographic experience, while the trainee perceives them as part of the learning experience.
Editing with augmentations
A tap on the [+] button placed in space near the task station diamond brings up a context menu, which helps add new augmentations from a list of different augmentation types offered. The list has a scroll bar, which can be used to pan the list up and down to access items not visible. Tap-holding on an entry will bring up a short description of what this augmentation type is about.
Augmentations in MirageXR
Take a photo and add it as an augmentation to this action step.
Record a video and add it as an augmentation to an action step.
Record an audio and add it to an action step. You can make the audio spatial (3D), so that it plays within a short radius from where it is placed in the physical location. You can also make the audio non-spatial (2D), so that it plays when the user starts the action step.
The ghost track augmentation is constructed from a recording of your movement in the real world, your hand position, and you voice. You can start the recording, perform a demonstration like you would normally do in the physical location, and MirageXR will add your performance to an action step in a form of a virtual avatar - a ‘Ghost’.
Label augmentation lets you add a text hologram to an action step.
Pre-define models which represents verbs, such as locate, open, unscrew, etc.
Visual Effects lets you add effects like fire, explosion, etc.
Using the Model augmentation, you can import 3D models from Sketchfab.com to an action step. Sketchfab is a library with more than 3 million 3D models, half a million of them are free.
Add an AI character to an action step. You can choose between different characters, each of them can do different tasks.
Pick and place
Pick-and-place lets you design interactive activities, asking the learner to point at one or multiple pre-defined locations by placing holographic arrows.
Image marker allows to take a photo of an object (or select a pretrained image target) and thus allow to move task stations with the marker around.
Augmentations that are created for specific activities