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Mirror world navigation for mobile users based on augmented reality

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Mirror world navigation for mobile users based on augmented reality
Finding a destination in unfamiliar environments of complex office building or shopping mall has been always bothering us in daily life. Fine-scale directional guidance, a combination of location based service and context aware service, is emerging along with the technology developments of mobile computing, wireless communication, and augmented reality. This paper addresses the core problem of how to align what we see with where we are. In order to achieve robust and accurate navigation by 2D/3D alignment, we developed a hybrid solution by fusing GPS, inertial measurement units and computer vision methods together. We have implemented a prototype of Mobile Augmented Reality and 3D navigation on the manually created virtual environment of Intel China Research Center office and surroundings. Categories and Subject Descriptors I.4.9 [Computing Methodologies]: Image Processing and Computer Vision—Applications; H.4.m [Information Systems Applications]: Miscellaneous General Terms Algorit...
Patricia P. Wang, Tao Wang, Dayong Ding, Yimin Zha
Added 28 May 2010
Updated 28 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2009
Where MM
Authors Patricia P. Wang, Tao Wang, Dayong Ding, Yimin Zhang, Wenyuan Bi, Yingze Bao
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