The development of augmented reality glasses is still ongoing and faces barriers in diffusion and concerns about their impact on users, organizations and society. The study aims to find sufficient solutions for this struggling digital innovation and to provide guidance for the implementation of augmented reality glasses in design-oriented projects. During a 3-year consortium research, acceptance and privacy have been identified as major phenomena that influence the adoption of augmented reality glasses in the logistics domain. To forge ahead digital innovation research, the focus of the presented research lies on the diffusion of this technology with design knowledge for the development of augmented reality glasses-based systems. Evidence and artifacts contribute to the still limited knowledge of system design based on augmented reality glasses from a domain-specific instantiation and an implementation framework.
Berkemeier, Lisa; Zobel, Benedikt; Werning, Sebastian; Ickerott, Ingmar; and Thomas, Oliver
"Engineering of Augmented Reality-Based Information Systems - Design and Implementation for Intralogistics Services,"
Business & Information Systems Engineering:
Vol. 61: Iss. 1, 67-89.
Available at: https://aisel.aisnet.org/bise/vol61/iss1/6