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Although Augmented Reality technology was first developed over forty years ago, there has been little survey work giving an overview of recent research in the field. This paper reviews the tenyear development of the work presented at the ISMAR conference and its predecessors with a particular focus on tracking, interaction and display research. It provides a roadmap for future augmented reality research which will be of great value to this relatively young field, and also for helpingdoi:10.1109/ismar.2008.4637362 dblp:conf/ismar/ZhouDB08 fatcat:4djqgdlfpfegtn77bcgk5l6u5y