Until laboratories can be remotely controlled in the course of the research project, the students on site should already work as autonomously as possible in the laboratories. In order to make this possible, a team in Stuttgart is working on a mixed-reality manual for the RFID measuring chamber of the University of Applied Sciences.
With a Microsoft Hololens, the students are guided through the lab step by step. Using 3D holograms, work steps that are difficult to describe are intuitively executed correctly. Thus, costs by supervising personnel or incorrect operation of the equipment can be avoided.
By May 2020, the program will be refined before the software is intensively tested and evaluated with students at the university.