Mouse, keyboard, screen; these were once the primary interaction possibilities between humans and computers. In our ever-increasingly networked world, however, it is becoming increasingly important for computers to merge with everyday reality: on the one hand, it is necessary for the software to be able to recognize, understand and interpret its environment. On the other hand, the software must be able to inspire people in virtual worlds or integrate information naturally into the real world.
At XITASO, people are always the main focus of the software. We combine our expertise in software development, user experience design, computer vision and XR to take human-machine interaction to the next level: seamless, intuitive, human.
In order to facilitate their workday, we support blue collar workers in production with quality assurance through automatic image-based detection and classification of production defects. By controlling gestures with natural movements, we can make robots operable remotely; intuitively guided by humans, directly at the robot, rather than abstractly in the program code.
We transport digital images of physical objects effortlessly and without delay, over long distances. We make the virtual world tangible and experienceable while embedded in other people’s environments: this is how, for example, furniture can be positioned in your living room or you can try on glasses that you do not (yet) physically possess.
Workers have to operate, maintain and comprehend increasingly complicated machines in comprehensive processes and workflows throughout the industrial sector. Using AR approaches, we integrate tried and tested work instructions into the real world to ensure complex operating steps, maintenance procedures and courses of action are comprehensible and easy to carry out for on-site personnel.
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