Screen captures from the completed object-tracking augmented contextual instruction user experience. The augmented contextual instruction is made up of a sequence of junaio channels that can be browsed in the junaio AR browser. For this example, the channels were browsed using junaio on an iPad.
Preparing low-poly geometry for augmented contextual instruction in the disassembly and assembly of a vehicle’s rear brake caliper. Augmented contextual instruction is to be prepared in Metaio Creator, published to a Metaio channel and then accessed by learners through the Junaio app. 3D point cloud data is gathered with Metaio Toolbox.
This video conceptualises one stage of the disassembly of a brake caliper.
[Edit: Tuesday 13 August 2013] This video incorrectly conceptualises one part of the brake caliper disassembly process. A screwdriver is not used to extract the piston, seal and rubber boot from the caliper.