Purpose – The authors aim to present a vision based wide area registration method for camera phones based mobile augmented reality applications. Design/methodology/approach – The tracking system uses a drift‐free 6 DOF tracker based on prebuilt multiple maps, and can be initialized using the authors' compacted key‐frames recognition engine. Findings – Given the current location and camera pose, the authors show how the corresponding virtual objects can be accurately superimposed even in the case of varying user positions. Originality/value – The authors' system can be used in wide area scenarios and provides an accurate registration between real and virtual objects.
Sensor Review – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jun 14, 2013
Keywords: Mobile augmented reality; Camera phones; Wide area; Registration; Cameras; Telephones
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