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ARSIS 4.0 (Augmented Reality Space Informatics System)

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This research was supported by NASA via Idaho Space Grant Consortium.

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Currently astronauts on extravehicular activity (EVA) procedures use voice communication and written instructions to guide them when completing tasks. The Augmented Reality Space Informatics System 4.0 (ARSIS) is an augmented reality (AR)prototype built to improve the efficiency of EVA protocols. Developed for the Microsoft HoloLens 2 in response to the 2021NASA SUITS (Spacesuit User Interfaces for Students) challenge, ARSIS 4.0 is the 4th version of the original ARSIS application developed in 2018. This paper provides information on ARSIS 4.0 functionality and usability in EVA procedures as of 2021.

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ARSIS 4.0 (Augmented Reality Space Informatics System)

Currently astronauts on extravehicular activity (EVA) procedures use voice communication and written instructions to guide them when completing tasks. The Augmented Reality Space Informatics System 4.0 (ARSIS) is an augmented reality (AR)prototype built to improve the efficiency of EVA protocols. Developed for the Microsoft HoloLens 2 in response to the 2021NASA SUITS (Spacesuit User Interfaces for Students) challenge, ARSIS 4.0 is the 4th version of the original ARSIS application developed in 2018. This paper provides information on ARSIS 4.0 functionality and usability in EVA procedures as of 2021.