How mixed reality may change construction work
from Engineering News-Record
The worker pulls on his tool belt and snaps down the visor of his headset. It powers on, loading the 3-D model of what he needs to build — in this case, the metal framing for a hospital bathroom pod. The 3-D image snaps into place, staying affixed to the floor and ceiling as he moves around it. Without the aid of a tape measure or layout laser, the worker begins assembling the framing, matching the pieces to their ghostly hologram outlines and fastening connections where the model dictates.
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