Indirect augmented reality (IAR) employs a unique approach to achieve high-quality synthesis of the real world and the virtual world, unlike traditional augmented reality (AR), which superimposes virtual objects in real time. IAR uses pre-captured omnidirectional images and offline superimposition of virtual objects for achieving jitter- and drift-free geometric registration as well as high-quality photometric registration. However, one drawback of IAR is the inconsistency between the real world and the pre-captured image. In this paper, we present a new classification of IAR inconsistencies and analyze the effect of these inconsistencies on the IAR experience. Accordingly, we propose a novel IAR system that reflects real-world illumination changes by selecting an appropriate image from among multiple pre-captured images obtained under various illumination conditions. The results of experiments conducted at an actual historical site show that the consideration of real-world illumination changes improves the realism of the IAR experience.
Multimedia Tools and Applications – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 19, 2016
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