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In many medical Augmented Reality (AR) applications, doctors want the ability to place a physical object, such as a needle or other medical device, at the depth indicated by a virtual object. Often, this object will be located behind an occluding surface, such as the patient's skin. In this poster we describe efforts to determine how accurately this can be done. In particular, we used a table-mounted AR haploscope to conduct two depth-matching experiments.doi:10.1145/2628257.2628354 dblp:conf/apgv/HuaES14 fatcat:wj4ccpitgzc7vkyblse4bofpnu