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  • Augmented Reality (AR) Nova Eka Diana nova.diana@yarsi.ac.id 2013
  • Future Internet – Guide/Navigation Courtesy Google Images MAC FUNAMIZU
  • Future Internet – Information Visualization Courtesy Google Images View slide
  • Future Internet – Healthcare MAC FUNAMIZU View slide
  • Future Internet – Virtual Shopping MAC FUNAMIZU
  • Future Internet – Information Acquisition MAC FUNAMIZU
  • Augmented Reality (AR) ? Real World Virtual Reality + Courtesy Google Images
  • Applications Medicine Manufacturing Training Architecture Courtesy Google Images
  • 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
  • Applications: Medical (2) mpeg AR
  • Applications: Medical (3) Courtesy Google Images
  • Applications: Manufacturing
  • Applications: Manufacturing (2) Courtesy Google Images
  • Applications: Manufacturing (3) Courtesy Youtube
  • Applications: Annotating Environment Public and private information Aid recognition − Library, maps − Mechanical parts − Reminder notes − Navigation and Spatial information access
  • Applications: Annotating Environment Courtesy Google Images
  • Applications: Broadcast Adding virtual content to live sports broadcasts Courtesy Google Images
  • 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
  • Evolution of Mobile AR
  • 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
  • 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
  • Mobile AR Mobile PC-based setup Powerful hardware Continuity in software development Courtesy Google Images
  • Mobile AR: Outdoor System Columbia University MARS Touring machine (1997)
  • 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
  • Mobile AR: Outdoor System Columbia University MARS – Hardware
  • AR Today – UMPC Ultra Mobile PC (UMPC) Small notebook style computers Handled Lots of sensors Courtesy Google Images
  • 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
  • Top 10 AR Mobile Devices 10. PDAs (Personal Digital Assistant) 9. UMPC (Ultra Mobile PC)
  • Top 10 AR Mobile Devices 8. Smart Phones 9. iPhones
  • Top 10 AR Mobile Devices 8. Smart Phones 7. iPhones
  • Top 10 AR Mobile Devices 6. Handled Game Devices (PSP, Gizmondo, Nintendo PS) 5. Nokia Phones (N series)
  • Top 10 AR Mobile Devices 4. MID (Mobile Internet Devices) 3. Looking glass
  • Top 10 AR Mobile Devices 2. Glasses 1. Contact Lens
  • The Future of AR