Sound and Vision<br />Augmented Landmarks<br />Group 2<br />Hans Horn, YoussefIbrahimi, Ismail Ait Mouhou<br />Arnold Erik...
Agenda<br /><ul><li>Introduction
Research results
Recommendations
Research subjects
Mobile location techniques
Source, meta and geodata
Mobile development platforms
Mobile multimedia formats
Similar AR applications
Future Steps
Questions</li></li></ul><li>Introduction<br /><ul><li>Assignment
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Augmented Landmarks: Advise Report for an Open Source Location-Based Service for Audiovisual Heritage

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Presentation for a advise report for an open source location-based service for audiovisual heritage by students from VU University Amsterdam. Full report - in Dutch - is available here: http://openimages.eu/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/Adviesrapport-Beeld-en-Geluid-1.0-FINAL.pdf

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Augmented Landmarks: Advise Report for an Open Source Location-Based Service for Audiovisual Heritage

  1. 1. Sound and Vision<br />Augmented Landmarks<br />Group 2<br />Hans Horn, YoussefIbrahimi, Ismail Ait Mouhou<br />Arnold Eriks, Thomas Günther and Rio Tri Harsono<br />26 May 2010 <br />
  2. 2. Agenda<br /><ul><li>Introduction
  3. 3. Research results
  4. 4. Recommendations
  5. 5. Research subjects
  6. 6. Mobile location techniques
  7. 7. Source, meta and geodata
  8. 8. Mobile development platforms
  9. 9. Mobile multimedia formats
  10. 10. Similar AR applications
  11. 11. Future Steps
  12. 12. Questions</li></li></ul><li>Introduction<br /><ul><li>Assignment
  13. 13. Five requirements questions
  14. 14. Research method</li></ul>Introduction | Research results | Recommendations | Research subjects| Future steps | Questions 03 / 12<br />
  15. 15. Research results<br /><ul><li>Mobile location technique  A-GPS
  16. 16. Data extraction  Geonames
  17. 17. Geoinformation standard  ARML
  18. 18. Development platforms  Symbian & Android
  19. 19. Multimedia formats  AAC, H.264 & JPEG
  20. 20. Graphics standard  OpenGL
  21. 21. Maps standard  OpenStreetMap</li></ul>Introduction | Research results | Recommendations | Research subjects| Future steps | Questions 04 / 12<br />
  22. 22. Recommendations<br />
  23. 23. Mobile location techniques (1/5)<br /><ul><li>Objective
  24. 24. Which mobile positioning technique to use?
  25. 25. Findings
  26. 26. Network based (WLAN, GSM, ToA) or device based (GPS, RFID, QR-CODE)
  27. 27. Hybrid based positioning techniques => A-GPS
  28. 28. Location-based services (LBS), Skyhook and Google
  29. 29. Arguments
  30. 30. Accuracy and Coverage
  31. 31. GPS as de facto standard
  32. 32. Rapid development
  33. 33. Advice
  34. 34. A-GPS and Location Based Services</li></ul>Introduction | Research results | Recommendations | Research subjects| Future steps | Questions 06 / 12<br />
  35. 35. Source, meta and geodata (2/5)<br /><ul><li>Objective
  36. 36. Research the methods and standards to retrieve data from Thesaurus and additional content sources
  37. 37. Findings
  38. 38. Geographical databases: Geonames and TGN
  39. 39. Contentplatforms: DBpedia and Flickrwrappr
  40. 40. Standards (ISO 19115, ARML)
  41. 41. Arguments
  42. 42. Quality and extent of database
  43. 43. Accuracy
  44. 44. Costs
  45. 45. Advice
  46. 46. Use of Geonames
  47. 47. Add coordinates to Thesaurus
  48. 48. ARML</li></ul>Introduction | Research results | Recommendations | Research subjects| Future steps | Questions 07 / 12<br />
  49. 49. Mobile development platforms (3/5)<br /><ul><li>Objective
  50. 50. Which open source platform suits Sound and Vision best?
  51. 51. Findings
  52. 52. Five potential platforms
  53. 53. Open source and non open source platforms
  54. 54. More than one suitable platform
  55. 55. Arguments
  56. 56. Open source
  57. 57. Global market share
  58. 58. Application distribution channel
  59. 59. Advice
  60. 60. Android OS and Symbian OS</li></ul>Introduction | Research results | Recommendations | Research subjects| Future steps | Questions 08 / 12<br />
  61. 61. Mobile multimedia formats (4/5)<br /><ul><li>Objective
  62. 62. Which (open source) multimedia formats can be used for audio, video and pictures?
  63. 63. Findings
  64. 64. Several formats for audio/video
  65. 65. Limited to formats that are supported by the cell phones
  66. 66. Barely open source
  67. 67. Arguments
  68. 68. Established formats
  69. 69. Open source or free to use
  70. 70. File size
  71. 71. Advice
  72. 72. AAC for audio, H.264 for video, JPEG for pictures</li></ul>Introduction | Research results | Recommendations | Research subjects| Future steps | Questions 09 / 12<br />
  73. 73. Similar AR applications (5/5)<br />Objective<br />Research and list similar mobile AR browsers and distill their best practices<br />Findings<br />Five most popular browsers; Acrossair, Gamaray, Layar, Nulaz and Wikitude<br />Speed, content, usability and price<br />Arguments<br />Open source<br />Accuracy of information retrieval<br />Possibilities of adding content<br />Advice<br />Three best practices; (1) Content offer (2) Possibility to upload content through ARML (3) Clear categorization of different content<br />Introduction | Research results | Recommendations | Research subjects| Future steps | Questions 10 / 12<br />
  74. 74. Future steps<br />Instruments for AR experience and orientation:<br />Optical sensor, digital compass, gyroscope and accelerometer<br />Hardware dependency, quality of batteries, privacy<br />Further research on adding geodata to Thesaurus<br />Geoparsing techniques<br />Emerging mobile development platforms and devices<br />Use of included surveys<br />Use of OpenStreetMap<br />OpenGL for showing POIs<br />Introduction | Research results | Recommendations | Research subjects| Future steps | Questions 11 / 12<br />
  75. 75. Questions<br />Introduction | Research results | Recommendations | Research subjects| Future steps | Questions 12 / 12<br />

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