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An Optical-Inertial Tracking System for Fully-Enclosed VR Displays

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An Optical-Inertial Tracking System for Fully-Enclosed VR Displays
This paper describes a hybrid optical-inertial tracking technology for fully-immersive projective displays. In order to track the operator, the operator wears a 3DOF commercial inertial tracking system coupled with a set of laser diodes arranged in a known configuration. The projection of this laser constellation on the display walls are tracked visually to compute the 6DOF absolute head pose of the user. The absolute pose is combined with the inertial tracker data using an extended Kalman filter to maintain a robust estimate of position and orientation. This paper describes the basic tracking system including the hardware and software infrastructure.
A. R. Hogue, Michael R. M. Jenkin, Robert S. Allis
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Type Conference
Year 2004
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Authors A. R. Hogue, Michael R. M. Jenkin, Robert S. Allison
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