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The Interact Centaur Rover, designed and manufactured by the ESA Telerobotics & Haptics Lab, demonstrating a mechanical assembly task though teleoperation from space to ground, on 28 August 2015. To visually support the astronaut when performing the mechanical alignment during the peg-in-hole assembly task, a laser has been embedded within the tool. When hovering over the hole, the laser will be invisible indicating that the connection can be attempted. The Laser creates an artificial depth impression by a dedicated depth-cue. This allows executing such complex 3D tasks without requiring a dedicated stereo 3D video system, which would consume excessive data bandwidth.