Augmented reality (ar) introduction

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Augmented reality (ar) introduction

  1. 1. Augmented Reality (AR) Nova Eka Diana nova.diana@yarsi.ac.id 2013
  2. 2. Future Internet – Guide/Navigation Courtesy Google Images MAC FUNAMIZU
  3. 3. Future Internet – Information Visualization Courtesy Google Images
  4. 4. Future Internet – Healthcare MAC FUNAMIZU
  5. 5. Future Internet – Virtual Shopping MAC FUNAMIZU
  6. 6. Future Internet – Information Acquisition MAC FUNAMIZU
  7. 7. Augmented Reality (AR) ? Real World Virtual Reality + Courtesy Google Images
  8. 8. Applications Medicine Manufacturing Training Architecture Courtesy Google Images
  9. 9. Applications: Medical As a visualization and training aid for diagnosis or education purpose Enables the registered view of virtual data (a 3D CT scan) with a video of the real anatomy of a patient 3D data: MRI, CT scan, ultrasound imaging, etc mpeg AR
  10. 10. Applications: Medical (2) mpeg AR
  11. 11. Applications: Medical (3) Courtesy Google Images
  12. 12. Applications: Manufacturing
  13. 13. Applications: Manufacturing (2) Courtesy Google Images
  14. 14. Applications: Manufacturing (3) Courtesy Youtube
  15. 15. Applications: Annotating Environment Public and private information Aid recognition − Library, maps − Mechanical parts − Reminder notes − Navigation and Spatial information access
  16. 16. Applications: Annotating Environment Courtesy Google Images
  17. 17. Applications: Broadcast Adding virtual content to live sports broadcasts Courtesy Google Images
  18. 18. What is Mobile AR? Wearable AR − Wearable System − Head Mounted Display (HMD) − AR always in view Handled AR − Mobile phone (UMPC) − Handled display − Rapid access to AR view Courtesy Google Images
  19. 19. Evolution of Mobile AR
  20. 20. AR in the Beginning – Early Days Separated from Virtual Reality research Special, graphics oriented hardware (SGI) Stationary setups Mobility is not option Courtesy Google Images
  21. 21. AR in the Beginning – Moving to PC- based setup Similar power as before Much less expensive Easier to handle, program, maintain Still stationary Courtesy Google Images
  22. 22. Mobile AR Mobile PC-based setup Powerful hardware Continuity in software development Courtesy Google Images
  23. 23. Mobile AR: Outdoor System Columbia University MARS Touring machine (1997)
  24. 24. Mobile AR: Outdoor System Columbia University MARS – Hardware − Computer ( with 3D graphics acceleration) − See-trough head-word display (with orientation tracker) − GPS system − Wireless network
  25. 25. Mobile AR: Outdoor System Columbia University MARS – Hardware
  26. 26. AR Today – UMPC Ultra Mobile PC (UMPC) Small notebook style computers Handled Lots of sensors Courtesy Google Images
  27. 27. AR on Mobile Phones Low cost, widely spread platform − Billions of phones deployed − People know how to use them − Strong demand from commercial side − Huge chance for AR Target practical applications − Easy to use − Quality graphics − Robust tracking − 15-30 Hz overall frame time Courtesy Google Images
  28. 28. Top 10 AR Mobile Devices 10. PDAs (Personal Digital Assistant) 9. UMPC (Ultra Mobile PC)
  29. 29. Top 10 AR Mobile Devices 8. Smart Phones 9. iPhones
  30. 30. Top 10 AR Mobile Devices 8. Smart Phones 7. iPhones
  31. 31. Top 10 AR Mobile Devices 6. Handled Game Devices (PSP, Gizmondo, Nintendo PS) 5. Nokia Phones (N series)
  32. 32. Top 10 AR Mobile Devices 4. MID (Mobile Internet Devices) 3. Looking glass
  33. 33. Top 10 AR Mobile Devices 2. Glasses 1. Contact Lens
  34. 34. The Future of AR

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