That would be 2017, sponsored by JPL iirc; a few other NASA/JPL teams were included so they may chime in.
Tl/dr: Dumb rules made it useless.
We were planning a heads-up display for a few states (gear possessed, climb mode, no air pressure, etc), but were told it was treated the same as a joystick for LAR, so no wearing or being plugged in during auto. Naturally yeeted that idea right out the window and just used it to show off robot CAD in the pits.
For Arizona we were specifically permitted to have the headset on the whole match, but only during qualifications matches. That’s like telling your driver to swap from flight sticks to a game pad halfway through comp, so yeeted as well.
I’m sorry, but whoever made that call was either terribly informed or actively working against developing anything. This mini-series is part of a much larger rant Troy may some day go on regarding various things at every level of FRC
You want AR development on the field? Driver gets to wear the headset, plugged in and ready to go, for the whole match. No stupid, nonsensical exceptions.