Jonas Blattgerste

Jonas Blattgerste
Hochschule Emden/Leer · Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

Master of Science

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Introduction
I’m a Human–Computer Interaction researcher and Augmented & Mixed Reality developer. My current research interests are head-mounted, handheld and projection-based Augmented Reality approaches for training and assistance in work environments, educational settings and to assist cognitively impaired people. In my PhD thesis, i am especially interested in the development and design space of Augmented Reality authoring tools.
Additional affiliations
April 2017 - July 2019
Bielefeld University
Position
  • Research Assistant
Education
November 2019 - June 2023
Bielefeld University
Field of study
  • Computer Science
April 2018 - August 2019
Bielefeld University
Field of study
  • Intelligent Systems
September 2013 - March 2018
Bielefeld University
Field of study
  • Cognitive Informatics

Publications

Publications (14)
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The current best practice for hands-free selection using Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR/AR) head-mounted displays is to use head-gaze for aiming and dwell-time or clicking for triggering the selection. There is an observable trend for new VR and AR devices to come with integrated eye-tracking units to improve rendering, to provide means for atte...
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Driven by endeavors towards Industry 4.0, there is increasing interest in augmented reality (AR) as an approach for assistance in areas like picking, assembly and maintenance. In this work our focus is on AR-based assistance in manual assembly. The design space for AR instructions in this context includes, e.g., side-by-side, 3D or projected 2D pre...
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Augmented reality (AR) is a promising tool for many situations in which assistance is needed, as it allows for instructions and feedback to be contextualized. While research and development in this area have been primarily driven by industry, AR could also have a huge impact on those who need assistance the most: cognitively impaired people of all...
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Augmented Reality (AR) is a promising technology for assistance and training in work environments, as it can provide instructions and feedback contextualised. Not only, but especially impaired workers can benefit from this technology. While previous work mostly focused on using AR to assist or train specific predefined tasks, "general purpose" AR a...
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The potential of Augmented Reality (AR) for educational and training purposes is well known. While large-scale deployments of head-mounted AR headsets remain challenging due to technical limitations and cost factors, advances in mobile devices and tracking solutions introduce handheld AR devices as a powerful, broadly available alternative, yet wit...
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Traditionally, laboratory practice aims to establish schemas learned by students in theoretical courses through concrete experiences. However, access to laboratories might not always be available to students. Therefore, it is advantageous to diversify the tools that students could use to train practical skills. This technology report describes the...
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Im Rahmen des vom Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung geförderten Projektes „Augmented Reality gestütztes Lernen in der hochschulischen Hebammenausbildung – Heb@AR“ wird für den primärqualifizierenden Studiengang Hebammenkunde ein vollständiges Augmented Reality (AR) Lehr-/Lernkonzept entwickelt, evaluiert und in die Lehre implementiert [1]...
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The benefits of contextualising information through Augmented Reality (AR) instructions to assist cognitively impaired workers are well known, but most findings are based on AR instructions carefully designed for predefined standard tasks. Previous findings indicate that the modality and quality of provided AR instructions have a significant impact...
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Augmented Reality (AR) promises great potential for training applications as it allows to provide the trainee with instructions and feedback that is contextualized. In recent years, AR reached a state of technical feasibility that not only allows for larger, long term evaluations, but also for explorations of its application to specific training us...
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Augmented Reality (AR) gains increased attention as a means to provide assistance for different human activities. Hereby the suitability of AR does not only depend on the respective task, but also to a high degree on the respective device. In a standardized assembly task, we tested AR-based in-situ assistance against conventional pictorial instruct...

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Augmented Reality (AR) promises great potential for training applications as it allows to provide the trainee with instructions and feedback that is contextualized. In recent years, AR reached a state of technical feasibility that not only allows for larger, long term evaluations, but also for explorations of its application to specific training use cases. In the BMBF funded project Heb@AR, the utilization of handheld AR as a supplementary tool for the practical training in academic midwifery education is explored. Specifically, how and where AR can be used most effectively in this context, how acceptability and accessibility for tutors and trainees can be ensured and how well emergency situations can be simulated using the technology.
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Investigate new means for performance assistance using eye tracking and mixed reality technologies.