Physiotherapy students often struggle to translate anatomical
knowledge from textbooks into a dynamic understanding of the mechanics of body movements in real life patients. We present the Augmented Studio, an augmented reality system
that uses body tracking to project anatomical structures and annotations over moving bodies for physiotherapy education. Through a user and learner centered design
approach, we established an understanding that through augmentation and annotation, augmented reality technology can enhance physiotherapy education. Augmented Studio
enables augmentation through projection mapping to display anatomical information such as muscles and skeleton in real time on the body as it moves. We created a technique for annotation to create projected hand-drawing on the moving
body, to enable explicit communication of the teacher’s clinical reasoning strategies to the students. Findings from our pilot usability study demonstrate a more engaging
learning and teaching experience and increased communication between teacher and students when using Augmented Studio.