Considerações Iniciais sobre a Experiência da Realidade Aumentada

  • Danilo Sergio Ide USP
Palavras-chave: Realidade ampliada, Experiência, Usuário, Psicologia Social

Resumo

A realidade aumentada é um conceito introduzido na década de 1990 que se refere à possibilidade de incrementar a realidade que se apresenta à nossa visão com imagens digitais, em geral, dispostas num visor. Hoje se verifica o desenvolvimento crescente de dispositivos de realidade aumentada, tais como Google Glass, Meta Pro, Vuzix, Icis, Atheer One, GlassUp, SmartEyeglass, Galaxy Glass. Movidos pela atualidade do tema, circunscrevemos o campo da experiência promovida por dispositivos de realidade aumentada. Empreendemos uma revisão de literatura, recorrendo a fontes diversas: artigos procurados com o descritor augmented reality na base Web of Science, matérias publicadas sobre o tema em jornais impressos ou portais de informação, vídeos de divulgação de smartglasses. Os resultados apontam para duas abordagens sobre a experiência da realidade aumentada. A primeira se mantém em domínios já cobertos pelos smartphones, destacando atributos como mobilidade, instantaneidade e ubiquidade. A segunda destaca o fenômeno de ampliação da cognição, memória e percepção.

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Biografia do Autor

Danilo Sergio Ide, USP
Psicólogo, Mestre e Doutor em Psicologia Social, membro do Laboratório de Estudos em Psicologia da Arte do Instituto de Psicologia da USP.

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2014-12-10
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IDE, D. S. Considerações Iniciais sobre a Experiência da Realidade Aumentada. Revista GEMInIS, v. 5, n. 3, p. 177-190, 10 dez. 2014.