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Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR), 2011 10th IEEE International Symposium on

Date 26-29 Oct. 2011

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  • Art exhibition committee

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  • Conference committee

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  • ISMAR demo chairs

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  • Symposium general chairs

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  • Will we ever become used to immersion? Art history and image science

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  • Surface/space

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  • Multi modal sensory human communication in the Internet society

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    This talk outlines new facilities within human media spaces supporting embodied interaction between humans, animals, and computation both socially and physically, with the aim of novel interactive communication and entertainment. We aim to develop new types of human communications and entertainment environments using all the senses, including touch, taste, and smell, which can increase support for... View full abstract»

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  • Science & technology program chairs

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  • S&T program committee

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  • S&T reviewers

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  • Steering committee

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  • Building your vision with Qualcomm's Mobile Augmented Reality (AR) platform: AR on mobile devices

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    Academic/Research Overview of Mobile Augmented Reality Introduction to the Qualcomm AR Platform — Features and Usage Scenarios Developing Mobile AR Applications using Qualcomm's Unity Extension Introduction to Qualcomm's QCAR SDK Native API Cross Platform Development with the Native QCAR SDK View full abstract»

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  • Bi-directional OLED microdisplay for see-through HMD

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    Within the research project “iStar — Interactive See-Through Augmented-Reality Display” the Fraunhofer Gesellschaft developed Augmented Reality goggles comprising a VGA OLED microdisplay with embedded image sensor aimed on gaze-control and see-through head-mounted optics. The active area of the bi-directional microdisplay consists of nested display and image sensor (embedded c... View full abstract»

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  • Psychological keys to success in MAR systems

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    Imagine a significant improvement in understanding user response to your application. This tutorial examines psychological considerations in developing and deploying MAR applications to help improve your understanding of key psychological factors in technological development. Successful MAR applications will be those that take advantage of the inherent way our brains process information in this ne... View full abstract»

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  • Workshops & tutorials committee

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  • Enabling large-scale outdoor mixed reality and augmented reality

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    While there is significant recent progress in technologies supporting augmented reality for small indoor environments, there is still much work to be done for large outdoor environments. This workshop focuses primarily on research that enables high-quality outdoor Mixed Reality (MR) and Augmented Reality (AR) applications. These research topics include, but are not restricted to: — 3D geo-r... View full abstract»

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  • International workshop on AR/MR registration, tracking and benchmarking (TrakMark2011)

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    In the research fields of Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR), tracking and registration methods are still one of the most important topics. The tracking research field is highly active, and numerous methods appear on a regular basis. The TrakMark working group (WG) was established 2009 to create a benchmark test that permits objective and accurate evaluation of the tracking methods. Thi... View full abstract»

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  • Visualization in mixed reality environments

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    Mixed and Augmented Reality displays extend the user's perception with computer generated information. This information is typically registered in three-dimensional space, and related to objects and places in the physical world. While individual annotation of objects has historically been a topic of MR research, visualization incorporating multiple related data points or models provides a variety ... View full abstract»

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  • Indoor positioning and navigation for mobile AR

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    The researchers and developers of mobile AR platforms need to use a common platform for developing experiences regardless of the surroundings of the user. In order to expand the use of AR both indoor and outdoor with and without computer vision techniques, the breadth of options available for positioning users and points of interest needs to expand. Separately, the experts in indoor positioning an... View full abstract»

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  • Authoring solutions for Augmented Reality

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    The motivation of this workshop is to discuss future directions of content authoring in the field of Augmented Reality, as well as to discuss the current state of art on content creation and asset assembly. The workshop will comprise of a paper session where papers, late-breaking results and overviews over state-of-the-art in content authoring for AR are presented. In the afternoon, we will follow... View full abstract»

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  • Accurate and robust planar tracking based on a model of image sampling and reconstruction process

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    It is one of the central issues in augmented reality and computer vision to track a planar object moving relatively to a camera in an accurate and robust manner. In previous studies, it was pointed out that there are several factors making the tracking difficult, such as illumination change and motion blur, and effective solutions were proposed for them. In this paper, we point out that degradatio... View full abstract»

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  • Robust planar target tracking and pose estimation from a single concavity

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    In this paper we introduce a novel real-time method to track weakly textured planar objects and to simultaneously estimate their 3D pose. The basic idea is to adapt the classic tracking-by-detection approach, which seeks for the object to be tracked independently in each frame, for tracking non-textured objects. In order to robustly estimate the 3D pose of such objects in each frame, we have to ta... View full abstract»

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  • Toward augmenting everything: Detecting and tracking geometrical features on planar objects

    Publication Year: 2011, Page(s):17 - 25
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    This paper presents an approach for detecting and tracking various types of planar objects with geometrical features. We combine traditional keypoint detectors with Locally Likely Arrangement Hashing (LLAH) [21] for geometrical feature based keypoint matching. Because the stability of keypoint extraction affects the accuracy of the keypoint matching, we set the criteria of keypoint selection on ke... View full abstract»

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  • Homography-based planar mapping and tracking for mobile phones

    Publication Year: 2011, Page(s):27 - 36
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    We present a real-time camera pose tracking and mapping system which uses the assumption of a planar scene to implement a highly efficient mapping algorithm. Our light-weight mapping approach is based on keyframes and plane-induced homographies between them. We solve the planar reconstruction problem of estimating the keyframe poses with an efficient image rectification algorithm. Camera pose trac... View full abstract»

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