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Augmented-Reality Pen / Pen-based gesture interaction

Augmented-Reality Pen
Augmented-Reality Pen

Videoconference is largely used in remote communication. However, working within the digital world has increasingly segregated physical interfaces in their own analog world. Screen-based interfaces have led to a barrier in using pen, paper, and physical. The Augmented-Reality Pen bridges the gap between digital and physical as well as geographical boundaries. With a quick “flick” of the pen, analog content on paper is instantly transferred to the remote location, appearing on the surface of the target object. It provides an effortless and playful way to engage participants and support remote collaboration.

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MIT Media Lab

MIT Media Lab
Cambridge, MA, United States

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MIT Media Lab

MIT Media Lab
Cambridge, MA, United States

Sheng-Ying Pao

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