Augmented Reality, International Symposium on (2001)
New York, New York
Oct. 29, 2001 to Oct. 30, 2001
Yann Argotti , University of Central Florida
Larry Davis , University of Central Florida
Valerie Outters , University of Central Florida
Jannick P. Rolland , University of Central Florida
A current challenge in augmented reality applications is the accurate superimposition of synthetic objects on real objects within the environment. This challenge is heightened when the real objects are in motion and/or are non-rigid. In this article, we present a robust method for real-time, optical superimposition of synthetic objects on dynamic rigid and simple-deformable real objects. Moreover, we illustrate this general method with the VRDA Tool, a medical education application related to the visualization of internal human knee joint anatomy on a real human knee.
L. Davis, J. P. Rolland, V. Outters and Y. Argotti, "Dynamic Superimposition of Synthetic Objects on Rigid and Simple-Deformable Real Objects," Augmented Reality, International Symposium on(ISAR), New York, New York, 2001, pp. 5.