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  • Where AR We Heading? Steven Feiner Computer Graphics & User Interfaces Lab Department of Computer Science Columbia University New York, NY 10027 Supported in part by NSF, ONR, USMC, and gifts from Microsoft, Google, Vuzix Augmented Reality Conference / eComm America 2010 San Francisco Airport Marriott, April 19–21, 2010
  • Over 40 Years of AR Research,…
    • Ivan Sutherland, Head-tracked VR/AR (Late 60s –early 70s)
      • Stereo, head-tracked, optical see-through, head-worn display
      • Graphics overlaid on real world
    I. Sutherland, A Head-Mounted Three-Dimensional Display , Proc. AFIPS Fall Joint Comp. Conf. , 757 –764, 1968
  • Over 13 Years of Mobile AR Research,… Columbia “Touring Machine” 1996 – AR Campus Tour, 1997
  • Over 13 Years of Mobile AR Research,… Columbia “Touring Machine” 1996 – AR Historical Hypermedia Documentary, 1999
  • Over 13 Years of Mobile AR Research,… Columbia “Touring Machine” 1996 – AR Restaurant Guide, 2001
  • Flash Forward to 2008, 9, 10,…
    • Commodity mobile devices
      • Small
      • Powerful
      • Inexpensive
      • Networked
    • Sensors
      • Ubiquitous
    • Content
      • Proliferating
    Wikitude et al., 2008 – Columbia Mobile Augmented Reality System, 1996 – 2001 2001
  • Consider Mobile AR,… Where are We Now?
  • Issues: Inaccurate Tracking
    • A-GPS position inaccuracy
    • Compass orientation inaccuracy
  • Issues: Inaccurate Tracking
    • Phone CPU/GPU/display better in 2010, but,…
    • Backpack position and orientation tracking better in 1999
      • RTK GNSS
      • Hybrid IMU
  • Issues: Inaccurate Tracking
    • Better sensors
    • Different sensors ( vision ,…)  Sensor fusion
      • E.g., using a better orientation tracker
    • Y. Tokusho, M. Sukan, et al., 2009
  • Issues: Incorrect Field of View
    • Display FOV too small
    • Camera FOV too large
      • Not 1:1
      • Not parallax free
    http://flickr.com/photos/click-see/25803640/
    • Cult of the hand-out
      • “ Excuse me while I whip out my phone, turn it on, hold it at arm’s length, wait until it’s started tracking…”
    Issues: Handheld Lifestyle Y. Tokusho et al., 2009 S. G üven et al., 2006 http://labs.lastminute.com/nru/ Nokia
  • Issues: Handheld Lifestyle
    • The promise of eyewear
      • Hands-free
      • Always on
      • Must be
        • Small
        • Light
        • Bright / high contrast
        • Comfortable
        • Visually appealing
        • Affordable
    Lumus Konica Minolta Sony Prototype optical see- through eyewear
  • Eyewear-Based Task Assistance graphics.cs.columbia.edu/projects/armar
    • S. Henderson & S. Feiner, 2009
  • Eyewear-Based Mobile Games goblinxna.codeplex.com
    • O. Oda & S. Feiner, 2009
  • Issues: UI Design for AR
    • Design presentations dynamically
      • Respect the real world!
      • E.g., automated layout accounting for occlusion
    B. Bell et al., 2001
  • What ’s Next?
  • Ubiquitous
    • When we stop asking “What’s the Killer App?”
  • Heterogeneous N. Dedual & S. Feiner, 2010
    • Surface
      • Publicly visible
      • Multitouch
    • +
    • See-through HWD
      • Private
      • Stereo
    • Benefit from advantages of complementary displays and devices
  • Collaborative
    • E.g., Collaborative Tracking/Modeling
  • Collaborative Tracking/Modeling
    • Users
      • Want to know their location and “interesting information”
    • System
      • Wants to model the world (including users and their “interesting information”)
  • Collaborative Tracking/Modeling
    • User: Provides
      • Current
        • Sensor data: Imagery, audio, (A-)GPS, compass, inertial measurements, radio signal strength, GNSS carrier phase,…
      • Historic
        • Known position/orientation
        • Sensor data: …
      • Relevant “Interesting information”
    • System
      • Uses sensor data and history from user and others to match against database
      • Returns
        • User ’s (precise) current position/orientation
        • Relevant “Interesting information”
      • Updates database
  • Users
    • “ Just plain folk”
    http://jonathan.tenkely.org/wordpress/wp-content/gallery/gallery/VectorPeople.png
  • System
    • “ The usual suspects”
    • Individual providers for private sites might make agreements with larger organizations
  • Results
    • Up-to-the-second Street {View, Side,…}
      • Current shop window contents
      • Current pedestrian traffic
      • Not just those who opt in, but others through face/gait/… recognition
        • “ Publicly observable behavior”
    pedestrians
  • Results
    • Up-to-the-second world model
      • Made possible by uploaded sensor data
    • Fine-grained history
      • Provides past record
      • Makes predictions possible
    • The ultimate social network
      • And, you will be part of it
  • Privacy Issues?
    • http://foursquare.com
      • Where are you now?
    • http://plancast.com
      • Where are you going?
    • http://blippy.com
      • What are you buying?
    • http://everythingithink.com
      • What are you thinking?
  • Acknowledgments
    • Blaine Bell
    • Hrvoje Benko
    • G á bor Blask ó
    • Franz Coriand
    • Nick Dedual
    • Steve Henderson
    • Sinem G üven
    • Tobias H öllerer
    • Eddie Ishak
    • Levi Lister
    • Blair MacIntyre
    • Ohan Oda
    • John Pavlik
    • Mengu Sukan
    • Yoshitaka Tokusho
    • Tony Webster
    • Sean White
    • Lauren Wilcox
    • Ryuji Yamamoto
    • Supported in part by NSF, ONR, USMC, and gifts from Microsoft, Google, Vuzix
    • Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation
    See you at ISMAR 2010 , Oct 13-16 Seoul, Korea, www.ismar10.org
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