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Augmented Reality Scouting for Interactive 3D Reconstruction

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3 Author(s)
Bernhard Reitinger ; Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision, Graz University of Technology, Austria. e-mail: ; Christopher Zach ; Dieter Schmalstieg

This paper presents a first prototype of an interactive 3D reconstruction system for modeling urban scenes. An augmented reality scout is a person who is equipped with an ultra-mobile PC, an attached USB camera and a GPS receiver. The scout is exploring the urban environment and delivers a sequence of 2D images. These images are annotated with according GPS data and used iteratively as input for a 3D reconstruction engine which generates the 3D models on-the-fly. This turns modeling into an interactive and collaborative task

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2007 IEEE Virtual Reality Conference

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10-14 March 2007