City Planning With Augmented Reality
PubDate: Jan 2020
Teams: Florida International University；Colorado State University
Writers: Catherine Angelini, Adam S. Williams, Mathew Kress, Edgar Ramos Vieira, Newton D’Souza, Naphtali D. Rishe, Joseph Medina, Francisco R. Ortega
We present an early study designed to analyze how city planning and the health of senior citizens can benefit from the use of augmented reality (AR) using Microsoft’s HoloLens. We also explore whether AR and VR can be used to help city planners receive real-time feedback from citizens, such as the elderly, on virtual plans, allowing for informed decisions to be made before any construction begins.