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Why we can’t have datavizzes in augmented reality yet

Notes from a partially successful experiment

In 2019, the RayShader R package hit CRAN with the promise of being a gamechanger. The promise was kept, in facts, it is a gamechanger. But the problem is that it just might be ahead of its time. I have just finished an experiment. It proved that a low-budget augmented reality data visualization initiative is technically feasible, but it needs still further technical (on my side), and technological advancements.




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Francesco Piccinelli

Francesco Piccinelli

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