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### Supplemental Material **Credit**: [Willett et al.][1] / [CC-BY 4.0][2] ![][3] [Project timeline and selected artifacts (PDF)][4] ### Visualization Superpower Illustrations **Credit**: [Bon Adriel Aseniero][5] / [CC-BY 4.0][6] ![Acceleration Vision][7] Acceleration Vision ([PDF][8]) ![Building Vision][9] Building Vision ([PDF][10]) ![Counting Vision][11] Counting Vision ([PDF][12]) ![Emotion Vision][13] Emotion Vision ([PDF][14]) ![Germ Vision][15] Germ Vision ([PDF][16]) ![Meeting Vision][17] Meeting Vision ([PDF][18]) ![Shot Vision][19] Shot Vision ([PDF][20]) ![Wehrli Vision][21] Wehrli Vision ([PDF][22]) ### Related Work Illustrations Credit: [Bon Adriel Aseniero][23] / [CC-BY 4.0][24] ![][25] Illustrations ([PDF][26]) inspired by: - H. Fuchs, M. A. Livingston, R. Raskar, K. Keller, J. R. Crawford, P. Rademacher, S. H. Drake, A. A. Meyer, et al. Augmented reality visualization for laparoscopic surgery. In *Proc. of Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention (MICCAI)*, pages 934–943.Springer, 1998. - P. Pratt, M. Ives, G. Lawton, J. Simmons, N. Radev, L. Spyropoulou, and D. Amiras. Through the Hololens looking glass: augmented reality for extremity reconstruction surgery using 3d vascular models with perforating vessels. *European radiology experimental*, 2(1):1–7, 2018. ![][27] Illustrations ([PDF][28]) inspired by: - R. Guarese, P. Andreasson, E. Nilsson, and A. Maciel. Augmented situated visualization methods towards electromagnetic compatibility testing. *Computers Graphics*, 94:1–10, 2021. - S. White and S. Feiner. Sitelens: Situated visualization techniques for urban site visits. In *Proc. of Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI)*, pages 1117–1120, 2009. ![][29] Illustrations ([PDF][30]) inspired by: - R. Suzuki, R. H. Kazi, L.-Y. Wei, S. DiVerdi, W. Li, and D. Leithinger. Realitysketch: Embedding responsive graphics and visualizations in AR through dynamic sketching. In *Proc. User Interface Software &Technology (UIST)*, pages 166–181. ACM, 2020. - Y. Itoh, J. Orlosky, K. Kiyokawa, and G. Klinker. Laplacian vision: Augmenting motion prediction via optical see-through head-mounted displays. In *Proc. of the Augmented Human International Conference (AH)*, pages 1–8. ACM, 2016 ### Comic Book Examples Credit: [Bon Adriel Aseniero][31] / [CC-BY 4.0][32] ![Examples of visual superpowers based off of four comic books: Ultra Boy's Penetra-vision, Black Lantern Emotion Vision, Mad Thinker's Prediction, and Amadeus Cho's combined numerical precision, prediction, and comparison.][33] [Illustrations (PDF)][34] inspired by panels from: - Superboy #98 — July 1962 - Blackest Night: Superman #3 — October 2009 - Daredevil: Road Warrior Infinite #3 — March 2014 - Incredible Hercules #137 — October 2009 ### Framework Diagrams **Credit:** [Willett et al.][35] / [CC-BY 4.0][36] ![Scope Diagram][37] Scope Diagram ([PDF][38]) ![Epistemic Superpowers Framework][39] Epistemic Superpowers Framework ([PDF][40]) [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]: [8]: [9]: [10]: [11]: [12]: [13]: [14]: [15]: [16]: [17]: [18]: [19]: [20]: [21]: [22]: [23]: [24]: [25]: [26]: [27]: [28]: [29]: [30]: [31]: [32]: [33]: [34]: [35]: [36]: [37]: [38]: [39]: [40]:
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