Meanwhile in Boca Chica
SN7.1 finally pops.
Microsoft will spread its eyewear for the wealthy (or corporate sponsored) across more countries, and has said it is seeing action in NASA's repeatedly delayed mission to the Moon. While astronauts don Varjo VR headsets for training on Boeing's calamity capsule, the CST-100 Starliner, Lockheed Martin has gone down the HoloLens …
Obviously those tasks are cherry-picked, but it sounds plausible. If you're building something for the first or only time (as opposed to a production line when workers have a chance to become more efficient on each subsequent build) then how much time is spent referring to the specs as opposed to actually welding a spanner? Quite a bit.
Even when helping my nephew build a brand new Lego model, most of the build time is spent looking at the instructions, finding the correct part from amongst others, and then verifying said part against the instructions to make sure it's a ten-knobbler and not an eight-knobbler. These tasks are amenable to being aided by an AR system.