Towards Augmented Reality-driven Human-City Interaction: Current Research on Mobile Headsets and Future Challenges [article]

Lik Hang Lee, Tristan Braud, Simo Hosio, Pan Hui
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Interaction design for Augmented Reality (AR) is gaining increasing attention from both academia and industry. This survey discusses 260 articles (68.8% of articles published between 2015 - 2019) to review the field of human interaction in connected cities with emphasis on augmented reality-driven interaction. We provide an overview of Human-City Interaction and related technological approaches, followed by a review of the latest trends of information visualization, constrained interfaces, and
more » ... mbodied interaction for AR headsets. We highlight under-explored issues in interface design and input techniques that warrant further research, and conjecture that AR with complementary Conversational User Interfaces (CUIs) is a key enabler for ubiquitous interaction with immersive systems in smart cities. Our work helps researchers understand the current potential and future needs of AR in Human-City Interaction.
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