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Augmented Reality
Thursday, 12 August
10:30 am - 12:15 pm
Room 502A
Session Chair: Carolina Cruz-Neira, Iowa State University

Inside-Out Interaction: An Interaction Technique for Dealing With Large Interface Surfaces Such as Web Pages on Small-Screen Displays
An interaction technique for navigating large interface surfaces such as web pages, in which the user manipulates the physical display device rather than the virtual surface itself.

Daniel Fallman
Umeå universitet
dfallman (at)

Andreas Lund
Mikael Wiberg
Umeå universitet
Video See-Through and Optical Tracking With Consumer Cell Phones
A prototype solution for video-see-through AR on consumer cell phones. It supports optical tracking of passive paper markers and correct integration of graphics into the live video stream.

Mathias Möhring
Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
mathias.moehring (at)

Oliver Bimber
Christian Lessig
Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
An Autostereoscopic Optical See-Through Display for Augmented Reality
A novel projection-based autostereoscopic optical see-through display that enables minimally intrusive augmented reality. A holographic optical element eliminates the need for the user to wear any equipment.

Alex Olwal
The Royal Institute of Technology
alx (at)

Jonny Gustafsson
Christoffer Lindfors
The Royal Institute of Technology
Wearable Scanning Laser Projector (WSLP) for Augmenting Shared Space
A novel wearable apparatus for augmented reality. The head-mounted projection system uses rapidly scanned lasers to display information directly onto any object using the object as a projection screen.

Taro Maeda
NTT Communication Science Laboratories
maeda (at)

Hideyuki Ando
NTT Communication Science Laboratories

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