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Integrating augmented reality with home systems

Hammond, J., Sharkey, P. and Foster, G. (1996) Integrating augmented reality with home systems. In: 1st International Conference on Disability, Virtual Reality and Associated Technologies, pp. 57-66.

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Augmented Reality systems overlay computer generated information onto a user's natural senses. Where this additional information is visual, the information is overlaid on the user's natural visual field of view through a head mounted (or “head-up”) display device. Integrated Home Systems provides a network that links every electrical device in the home which provides to a user both control and data transparency across the network.

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