Augmented reality (AR) glasses, such as HoloLens, are tools that can, for example, be used to provide additional infor- mation during surgery. The features Spectator View and Sharing a Scene can provide a third-person perspective to present the AR world to the general audience. Spectator View combines the view from an external camera attached to a second HoloLens and the virtual objects from the AR world. Sharing a Scene uses two HoloLens devices that share the same AR world, live streaming the point of view of one HoloLens. This study compared both approaches. Spectator View showed a larger field of view and less latency for displaying the virtual objects than Sharing a Scene. However, the real world and the virtual objects were not updated at the same time with Spectator View. Additionally, the position of the virtual objects was more accurate with Sharing a Scene. Users can decide which method to use according to their needs.
|Title of host publication
|Student Conference on Medical Engineering Science, Medical Informatics, Biomedical Engineering and Auditory Technology 2019
|Number of pages
|Infinite Science Publishing GmbH
|Published - 01.03.2019
|Student Conference 2019 - Universität zu Lübeck, Lübeck, Germany
Duration: 06.03.2019 → 08.03.2019