NASA AR interface design (2022) - Coming Soon

collabrate with NASA
AR design / ux design / design research 
NASA SUITS (Spacesuit User Interface Technologies) challenges participants to design and create spacesuit information displays within augmented reality (AR) environments. As NASA pursues Artemis - landing American astronauts on the Moon, the agency will accelerate investing in surface architecture and technology development. For exploration, it is essential that crewmembers on spacewalks are equipped with the appropriate human-autonomy enabling technologies necessary for the elevated demands of lunar surface exploration and extreme terrestrial access.
This system aims to provide augmented reality (AR) access to informatics to enable interfacing with lunar payloads, support science work, visualize consumables, streamline communication, and navigate terrain. The development of visual informatics display systems enables NASA to improve and innovate optics solutions within the emerging AR field, making future extravehicular activities (EVAs) more efficient and effective. Teams will create, design, and implement software to simulate spacesuit displays within an AR environment using a head mounted device (HMD) such as the HoloLens2 or Magic Leap.

Our team will participate in-person testing at NASA’s Johnson Space Center from May 19-24, 2022.