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UbiquitousVirtualReality2010

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Seminar on Ubiquitous Virtual Reality @ National University at Singapore, …

Seminar on Ubiquitous Virtual Reality @ National University at Singapore,
Introduction to GIST CTI & U-VR Lab.

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  • Imaging device is a video camera in this case Camera performs perspective projections of 3D world onto 2D image plane using the focal length, lens distortion, position, and pose of the device to determine exactly what is projected onto the image plane. Virtual objects modeled in an object reference frame and generated by a standard computer graphics system. Graphics system requires information about the imaging of the real scene so that it can correctly render these objects. Virtual image merged with real scene image to form augmented reality image. Toward Ubiquitous VR 03/24/11 2001-2010 © Woo, GIST CTI & U-VR Lab., Gwangju 500-712, S. Korea
  • 2001-2010 © Woo, GIST CTI & U-VR Lab., Gwangju 500-712, S. Korea Toward Ubiquitous VR
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