|Clave: CI Ref: ICT'16|
Maritzol Tenemaza, Elisa Mena-Maldonado, Fernando Ledesma, Mauricio Llumiquinga, Sergio Luján-Mora. Augmented reality in limited environment, analysis of usability. 9th International Conference on ICT, Society and Human Beings (ICT 2016), p. 277-279, Funchal (Portugal), July 1-4 2016. ISBN: 978-989-8533-54-8.
Augmented reality (AR) is an emergent technology; the AR usability in limited environments is not experimented. The analysis of AR usability presented by other researches was conducted on applications that work on open environments, or in other experiments, objects defined by QR codes were used. When this type of programs are developed, the environment is not totally delimited, the programmers define additional routes for adjusting user`s requirements, in this situation is necessary to define useful attributes of the interface. In this paper, GeoEPN, a mobile application, is presented. GeoEPN was developed to guide people visiting our university; this application was published in Google Play Store. It is proposed to analyze AR usability compared with the common geographical maps in limited environment.