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2009 8th IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality
Streaming mobile augmented reality on mobile phones
Orlando, FL, USA
October 19-October 22
ISBN: 978-1-4244-5390-0
David M. Chen, Information Systems Laboratory, Stanford University, USA
Sam S. Tsai, Information Systems Laboratory, Stanford University, USA
Ramakrishna Vedantham, Nokia Research Center, Palo Alto, USA
Radek Grzeszczuk, Nokia Research Center, Palo Alto, USA
Bernd Girod, Information Systems Laboratory, Stanford University, USA
Continuous recognition and tracking of objects in live video captured on a mobile device enables real-time user interaction. We demonstrate a streaming mobile augmented reality system with 1 second latency. User interest is automatically inferred from camera movements, so the user never has to press a button. Our system is used to identify and track book and CD covers in real time on a phone's viewfinder. Efficient motion estimation is performed at 30 frames per second on a phone, while fast search through a database of 20,000 images is performed on a server.
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David M. Chen, Sam S. Tsai, Ramakrishna Vedantham, Radek Grzeszczuk, Bernd Girod, "Streaming mobile augmented reality on mobile phones," ismar, pp.181-182, 2009 8th IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality, 2009
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