Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers have combined computer vision and wireless perception into X-AR, an augmented reality (AR) headset that can visualize hidden objects.
X-AR employs radio frequency (RF) signals to find concealed items with RF identification tags; those items are represented by a transparent sphere to guide headset wearers to their locations.
The system confirms that users have retrieved the correct object once it is in their hand.
Tests in a warehouse-like setting showed X-AR could localize hidden items to within 9.8 centimeters (3.8 inches) on average, while verifying that users retrieved the correct item 96% of the time.
From MIT News
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