@conference{Gru2017,Author = {Uwe Gruenefeld, Dana Hsiao, Wilko Heuten, and Susanne Boll},Title = {EyeSee: Beyond Reality with Microsoft Hololens},Year = {2017},Month = {10},Booktitle = {Proceedings of the 5th Symposium on Spatial User Interaction},Doi = {10.1145/3131277.3134362},type = {conference},Abstract = {Head-mounted Augmented Reality (AR) devices allow overlaying digital information on the real world, where objects may be out of view. Visualizing these out-of-view objects is useful under certain scenarios. To address this, we developed EyeSee360[1] in our previous work. However, our implementation of EyeSee360 was limited to video-see-through devices. These devices su er from a delayed looped camera image and are decreasing the human field-of-view. In this demo, we present our EyeSee360 transferred to optical see-through Augmented Reality to overcome these limitations.}}@COMMENT{Bibtex file generated on }