US 11,657,583 B2
Augmented reality wireless planning and troubleshooting
Salvatore Valenza, Pomy (CH); Taha Hajar, Chavannes-Renens (CH); Samer Salam, Beirut (LB); and Mathieu Bastien Monney, Bussigny (CH)
Assigned to Cisco Technology, Inc., San Jose, CA (US)
Filed by Cisco Technology, Inc., San Jose, CA (US)
Filed on Aug. 8, 2022, as Appl. No. 17/818,094.
Application 17/818,094 is a continuation of application No. 17/390,692, filed on Jul. 30, 2021, granted, now 11,410,399.
Prior Publication US 2023/0031317 A1, Feb. 2, 2023
Int. Cl. G06T 19/00 (2011.01); G06T 15/10 (2011.01); G06T 15/08 (2011.01); H04B 17/391 (2015.01); H04W 16/20 (2009.01); G06F 30/18 (2020.01); G06K 7/00 (2006.01); H04W 16/18 (2009.01)
CPC G06T 19/006 (2013.01) [G06F 30/18 (2020.01); G06K 7/0095 (2013.01); G06T 15/08 (2013.01); G06T 15/10 (2013.01); H04B 17/391 (2015.01); H04W 16/18 (2013.01); H04W 16/20 (2013.01); G06T 2219/016 (2013.01)] 20 Claims
OG exemplary drawing
 
1. A method comprising:
projecting a plurality of ray-paths in a plurality of directions in a 3-dimensional space;
determining whether the plurality of ray-paths interface with a building material;
for each ray-path of the plurality of ray-paths that interface with the building material, segmenting the respective ray-path into contiguous segments of substantially uniform mediums; and
determining radio frequency (RF) signal strengths at points along the contiguous segments.