Papers from an October 2001 symposium present technical achievements by academic and industrial researchers in augmented reality, a field that encompasses the disciplines of signal processing, computer vision, graphics, user interfaces, wearable computing, mobile computing, and information visualization. Papers are arranged in sections on medical augmented reality, components and gestures, indoor and outdoor tracking, mobile augmented reality, video and optical see- through HMD, and painting and projecting. Specific topics include finger tracking for interaction in augmented environments, markerless augmented reality with a real-time affine region tracker, optical see- through calibration with vision-based trackers, dynamic shader lamps, and testing information delivery methods using augmented reality. This work does not have a subject index. c. Book News Inc.An IETM is an electronic version of the paper manual, which can be executed like a sofiware program. The IETM encodes all possible paths through a maintenance procedure and describes to the technician the next step to be accomplished. ... AR INFO , _ mu to ..t, Ar.igiiu HMD Mungaquot; mt Bow)aquot; a#39; bl displays! on LCD and HMD Mom Hem a#39; , a#39; TEXT, PDF, HTML I -- p-mm / van VIII /a#39;/ . ... Given the powerplant environment, the quality of service and reliability of the wireless network may vary .
|Title||:||Proceedings of the IEEE and ACM International Symposium on Augmented Reality|
|Publisher||:||IEEE - 2001-01-01|