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Multi-User Cooperation in Augmented Reality on iOS
Jurczyk, Adam ; Kapinus, Michal (referee) ; Beran, Vítězslav (advisor)
The aim of this work was to create a solution that would allow multiple users to cooperate in a shared Augmented Reality environment. The proposed solution enables users to interact and edit a 3D scene in real time. Thesis touches on the subject of how a user interface should look like to assist with synchronization of devices in the shared scene. It also describes a system for user permission and action conflict resolution when dealing with virtual object interaction.  A hybrid peer-to-peer architecture is designed to facilitate communication between individual peers. The solution is based on the iOS platform and uses the new functions available in the ARKit 2 framework.  The resulting application is used to demonstrate and evaluate how the designed systems perform during multi-user cooperation. The designed solution can be used as a basis for an application that presents work from a designer to a client with the ability to get expressive user feedback in real time and in the intended physical environment.