Projected Augmented Reality is a human-computer interaction scenario where synthetic data, rather than being rendered on a display, are directly projected on the real world. Differening from screen-based approaches, which only require the pose of the camera with respect to the world, this setup poses the additional hurdle of knowing the relative pose between capturing and projecting devices. In this chapter, the authors propose a thorough solution that addresses both camera and projector calibration using a simple fiducial marker design. Specifically, they introduce a novel Augmented Maps setup where the user can explore geographically located information by moving a physical inspection tool over a printed map. Since the tool presents both a projection surface and a 3D-localizable marker, it can be used to display suitable information about the area that it covers. The proposed setup has been evaluated in terms of accuracy of the calibration and ease of use declared by the users.
|Titolo:||A practical setup for projection- based augmented maps|
|Autori interni:||BERGAMASCO, FILIPPO|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2013|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||3.1 Articolo su libro|