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MR-Mirror: A Complex of Real and Virtual Mirrors

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MR-Mirror: A Complex of Real and Virtual Mirrors
MR-mirror is a novel Mixed-Reality (MR) display system created by using real and virtual mirrors. It merges real visual information reflected on a real mirror and a virtual one displayed on an electronic monitor. A user's body is presented by the reflection on the real mirror, and virtual objects are presented on a monitor that is visible through the real mirror. Users can observe an MR scene without wearing such devices as a head-mounted display and can interact with the virtual objects around them using their body motion in MR space. We implemented a prototype MR-mirror and a demonstration system. Keywords Mixed Reality, Virtual Mirror, Interaction
Hideaki Sato, Itaru Kitahara, Yuichi Ohta
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Updated 18 Feb 2011
Type Journal
Year 2009
Where HCI
Authors Hideaki Sato, Itaru Kitahara, Yuichi Ohta
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