Augmented & Mobile Reality
Wednesday, 30 July 2003
10:30 am - 12:15 pm
Room 29 A-D
Session Chair: Katerina Mania, University of Sussex
Augmented Reality for Air Traffic Control Tower
NASA is developing head-mounted augmented-reality systems that combine air traffic control (ATC) radar and GPS-based sensors to track airborne and surface vehicles to overcome low-visibility problems in ATC towers.
NASA Ames Research Center
Real-Time Photo-Realistic Augmented Reality for Interior Design
New techniques for real-time rendering on commodity hardware of realistically illuminated synthetic objects, compositing the data into a photographic image, and applications to interior design.
University of Manchester
Distributed Mobile Multi-User Urban Simulation
Research involved in producing a distributed multi-user virtual model of Dublin on low-end mobile devices such as personal digital assistants.
Consistent Illumination Within Optical See-Through Augmented Environments
Using cameras and video projectors to capture reflectance information from real objects and illuminate them under synthetic-lighting conditions, which generates matching lighting effects within optical see-through augmented environments.