This D1.8 document is the last deliverable associated to the Requirements for Scenarios and Technological Platform. It gives an overview of the requirements for scenarios and prototypes collected in the last year of WEKIT. Based on the Requirements Bazaar methodology and toolkit, requirements were continuously collected, updated, negotiated, and corrected among the stakeholders involved.
Deliverable D5.6, Repositories interfacing with the Legacy – Interactive Content Repository, describes the cloud-based content repository used as backend content storage and retrieval solution as part of the WEKIT.One platform.
The deliverable 7.4 “Final Outreach and Dissemination Report” reports on the dissemination activities of the WEKIT project. The third year of the project was marked by an intensification of dissemination. It culminated in the organization of the third community event as outstanding appearance of WEKIT at one of the mixed reality industry’s biggest trade fairs, the Augmented World Expo Europe 2018.
This deliverable focused on creating Visualization design solutions, including a visualization method to measure the performance and well-being of the user as well as design solutions for creating visual elements for interaction such as menus, icons and models.
Following the initial garment designs and the proposed Sensor Specifications, we conducted participatory design workshops to determine the final design specifications of the Wearable Design Solutions in accordance with their intended industrial use-cases. This D5.8 document details the design, prototyping and evaluation of (initially) two sensor-containing garments developed in parallel, based on the above specifications.
This D3.5 report presents the final version of the experience capturing hardware prototype’s design and architecture for materializing the WEKIT framework and design.
Developing a Participatory Design approach for creating a wearable prototype for the WEKIT project is the main focus of the 5.11 deliverable.
The WEKIT Deliverable 4.5 “AR-visualization System and AR-based Experience Re- enactment and Learning System” is report of WEKIT Re-enactment (AR-Player) demonstrator/prototype. This deliverable is combined version of deliverables D4.1 “AR-visualization System” and D4.3 “AR-based Experience Re-enactment and Learning System” as these two components cannot separate in demonstrator.
This document describes iteration 2 of the training scenario and evaluation plan for the space industrial case. It assumes access to D6.3 which described the previous “astronaut training” scenario that was tested in Iteration 1 (D6.6). Iteration 2 focuses on important and until-now unaddressed aspects of the space case, such as the challenge during training, or during emergencies, of how to work around the long communication delays and reaction times that occur in full-space missions to the Moon and to Mars.
The objective of this document deliverable is the description of the use case scenario and evaluation plan that will be used and followed in the second trial of the engineering healthcare pilot industrial case.
This document is based upon and extends D6.2 describing the rationale behind and the description of the use case scenario of trial iteration 1 and D6.5 that described in details the set-up, implementation and outcomes of the first trial in May 2017.