Emerging Technologies Of Augmented Reality

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Although the field of mixed reality has grown significantly over the last decade, there have been few published books about augmented reality, particularly the interface design aspects. Emerging Technologies of Augmented Reality: Interfaces and Design provides a foundation of the main concepts of augmented reality (AR), with a particular emphasis on user interfaces, design, and practical AR techniques, from tracking algorithms to design principles for AR interfaces. Emerging Technologies of Augmented Reality: ...

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Overview

Although the field of mixed reality has grown significantly over the last decade, there have been few published books about augmented reality, particularly the interface design aspects. Emerging Technologies of Augmented Reality: Interfaces and Design provides a foundation of the main concepts of augmented reality (AR), with a particular emphasis on user interfaces, design, and practical AR techniques, from tracking algorithms to design principles for AR interfaces. Emerging Technologies of Augmented Reality: Interfaces and Design contains comprehensive information focusing on the following topics: technologies that support AR, development environments, interface design and evaluation of applications, and case studies of AR applications.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781599040660
  • Publisher: IGI Global
  • Publication date: 1/10/2011
  • Pages: 416
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.94 (d)

Table of Contents


Preface     vi
Introduction to Technologies that Support Augmented Reality
Vision Based 3D Tracking and Pose Estimation for Mixed Reality   Pascal Fua   Vincent Lepetit     1
Developing AR Systems in the Presence of Spatial Uncertainty   Cindy M. Robertson   Enylton Machado   Blair MacIntyre   Simon Julier     23
An Introduction to Head Mounted Displays for Augmented Reality   Kiyoshi Kiyokawa     43
Projector-Based Augmentation   Oliver Bimber     64
Mobile Phone Based Augmented Reality   Anders Henrysson   Mark Ollila   Mark Billinghurst     90
Representing and Processing Screen Space in Augmented Reality   Blaine Bell   Steven Feiner     110
Augmented Reality Development Environments
Abstraction and Implementation Strategies for Augmented Reality Authoring   Florian Ledermann   Istvan Barakonyi   Dieter Schmalstieg     138
Supporting Early Design Activities for AR Experiences   Maribeth Gandy   Blair MacIntyre   Steven Dow   Jay David Bolter     160
Real-Time 3D Design and Modelling of Outdoor Structures Using Mobile Augmented Reality Systems   Wayne Piekarski     181
The Evolution of aFramework for Mixed Reality Experiences   Charles E. Hughes   Christopher B. Stapleton   Matthew R. O'Connor     198
Interface Design and Evaluation of Augmented Reality Applications
Lessons Learned in Designing Ubiquitous Augmented Reality User Interfaces   Christian Sandor   Gudrun Klinker     218
Human Communication in Collaborative Augmented Reality Systems   Kiyoshi Kiyokawa     236
Interaction Design for Tangible Augmented Reality Applications   Gun A. Lee   Gerard J. Kim   Mark Billinghurst     261
Case Studies of Augmented Reality Applications
Industrial Augmented Reality Applications   Holger Regenbrecht     283
Creating Augmented Virtual Environments   Ulrich Neumann   Suya You     305
Making Memories of a Lifetime   Christopher B. Stapleton   Charles E. Hughes     329
Social and Physical Interactive Paradigms for Mixed Reality Entertainment   Adrian David Cheok     352
The Future of Augmented Reality Gaming   Bruce H. Thomas     367
About the Authors     384
Index     391
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