Review of the Use of Augmented/Virtual Reality in Conducting and Communicating Science in Antarctica (2019)
This work looks into previous use of augmented and virtual reality in the context of conducting and communicating science in Antarctica and similar environments. A pattern observed in previous work quantity and keywords used. I found similarity of previous work in Antarctica in its unique isolated confined environment was done to prepare for missions to outer space. Then I report on potential future directions for the use of AR/VR in Antarctica and we suggest few applications where this might be useful in the future.
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