Chemnitz University of Technology's Institute for Machine Tools and Production Processes has developed new visualization methods for studying finite elements analysis (FEA) results in immersive environments along with a mobile augmented reality system. Their aim is to visualize the direction and gradient of stress using 3D glyphs. These methods allow component characteristics to be studied in the machine environment during the development process and merges results from structural and thermal analyses into one application, resulting in a more efficient and informative process of analysis. the stereoscopic visualization methods and glyph-based displays also support human perception and improve comprehension of complete data. Other benefits also include: interactive scaling of displacement vectors, provision of both structural and thermal analysis findings in one application, and data preparation.