In this paper, a method is proposed to show 3D design information imposed on a real block using an augmented reality method. Before installing a part, a worker can intuitively understand what to install, how to install parts and where to install them by directly checking out the 3D design information visualized on a real block. Then, the worker can install the parts based on the information while avoiding any mistakes. After the job is completed, the quality of installation could be verified by comparing the 3D design with the installed parts directly using the proposed method. The method is tested with real 3D block data, and the results show the feasibility of the proposed method for use in the actual outfitting process.

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