To make TFL’s huge wealth of realtime and historical data comprehensible to a range of users, from internal experts to external stakeholder sand service users.
Solution and approach
Fracture used the HoloLens to create a tabletop architectural model of London, over which users could interactively add and remove layers of data. Multiple users, both Local and Remote can share a single view, experiencing and discussing it in a natural way.
Mixed Reality’s ability to show complex dynamic 3d content allowed for a rich interface that supports a more natural, real world human interaction with the interface. Support for multiple users allows for easy collaboration between stakeholders and experts, something which is significantly harder with traditional expert – oriented interfaces.
TFL are continually seeking new ways to visualise our data for a wide spectrum of stakeholders – Fracture’s HoloLens work has helped us explain complex scenarios in a simple intuitive manner