The Design of Mobile 3D Augmented Reality on Marker Visual Inspection Mask
Keywords:Augmented Reality, Mobile Apps, 3D Image, Marker Detection, Face Mask, Blender Animation, Unity3D
Augmented reality is a ground-breaking technology that allows users to communicate with an enticing real-world experience to receive messages or knowledge. Today, mask inspection is essential to relay information to society through an augmented reality where extensive information about masks is required and identifying them is challenging. Furthermore, with augmented reality, society may have access to the fascinating way of getting information on the masks, assisting in spreading knowledge, particularly during this pandemic. The augmented reality on a visual inspection mask (ARVIM) was created utilizing 3D images on an Android smartphone platform. The models were created using Blender Animation and Unity 3D software. Vuforia Engine and Android Studio applications were used to build a personalized mobile Augmented Reality application. Google Cloud was used to store data that are accessible to users. ARVIM has facilitated teaching and interaction with 3D AR effects enjoyable for users. The analysis results on the use of ARVIM revealed that ARVIM obtained a high easiness rating of 80%. While 83% of respondents say ARVIM can help distinguish between different types of masks, 88% of respondents agreed that ARVIM's design is acceptable and approachable. This initiative enhances society's education in interactive and mixed-reality innovation settings through a long-distance and innovative teaching method that gives a comprehensive Google Platform experience.
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