Augmented Reality

Mohamed Metwaly
Shimaa Fawzy
Contents
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Definition
Augmented Reality V.S. Virtual reality
Building Augmented reality
Examples of Augmented Rea...
Definition
What is Augmented Reality (AR) ?
• AR is when digital data is “layered on top” of a real
place or controlled by a real lif...
Our Definition
Augmenting the real-world with data
Augmented Reality V.S.
Virtual Reality
Augmented Reality
• System augments the real world scene
• User maintains a sense of presence in real world
• Needs a mech...
Virtual Reality
• Senses are under control of system
• Need a mechanism to feed virtual world to
user
Milgram’s Reality-Virtuality continuum
Is this Augmented Reality?

Yes

No
Is this Augmented Reality?
Building Augmented reality
Supporting AR Design
• Hardware

– Use of advanced displays .
– Sensors to detect real environment
actions .
Display Technologies
• Monitor Based
– Laptops
– Cell phones
– Projectors .
Display Technologies
• Head Mounted Displays:
– Video see-through
– Optical see-through
Supporting AR Design
• Software Requirements
– Computer Vision systems
– 3D rendering systems
– All in REAL‐TIME
Examples of AR
• Augmented Reality in class room
• Augmented Reality in library
• Augmented Reality in training
Classroom
• Physical education-demonstration and
investigation of major muscle group
library
• Change 2D to 3D reading
• Language interactive reading
library
Training
• BMW glasses
Already using augmented reality!!
3D glasses
Google glasses
Augmented reality in future
Summary
• Advantage of Augmented Reality
• Brilliant Technology
• Infinite apps
Any Question?
References

• Augmented Reality
www.eng.utah.edu/~cs6360/Lectures/Augmented%20Reality
• Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/...
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  • Using a computer to display data
    Not necessarily visual
    In real time
  • Computer generated virtual objects must be accurately registers with the real
    in all dimensions.
    Errors in registration prevent the real and virtual images from being seen as fused.
    Registration must be maintained while the user moves around in the virtual
    environment.
    Changes in registration can be distracting or physically disturbing.
  • Computer generated virtual objects must be accurately registers with the real
    in all dimensions.
    Errors in registration prevent the real and virtual images from being seen as fused.
    Registration must be maintained while the user moves around in the virtual
    environment.
    Changes in registration can be distracting or physically disturbing.
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Augmented Reality

    1. 1. Augmented Reality Mohamed Metwaly Shimaa Fawzy
    2. 2. Contents • • • • • Definition Augmented Reality V.S. Virtual reality Building Augmented reality Examples of Augmented Reality Future of Augmented Reality
    3. 3. Definition
    4. 4. What is Augmented Reality (AR) ? • AR is when digital data is “layered on top” of a real place or controlled by a real life environment
    5. 5. Our Definition Augmenting the real-world with data
    6. 6. Augmented Reality V.S. Virtual Reality
    7. 7. Augmented Reality • System augments the real world scene • User maintains a sense of presence in real world • Needs a mechanism to combine virtual and real worlds
    8. 8. Virtual Reality • Senses are under control of system • Need a mechanism to feed virtual world to user
    9. 9. Milgram’s Reality-Virtuality continuum
    10. 10. Is this Augmented Reality? Yes No
    11. 11. Is this Augmented Reality?
    12. 12. Building Augmented reality
    13. 13. Supporting AR Design • Hardware – Use of advanced displays . – Sensors to detect real environment actions .
    14. 14. Display Technologies • Monitor Based – Laptops – Cell phones – Projectors .
    15. 15. Display Technologies • Head Mounted Displays: – Video see-through – Optical see-through
    16. 16. Supporting AR Design • Software Requirements – Computer Vision systems – 3D rendering systems – All in REAL‐TIME
    17. 17. Examples of AR • Augmented Reality in class room • Augmented Reality in library • Augmented Reality in training
    18. 18. Classroom • Physical education-demonstration and investigation of major muscle group
    19. 19. library • Change 2D to 3D reading • Language interactive reading
    20. 20. library
    21. 21. Training • BMW glasses
    22. 22. Already using augmented reality!!
    23. 23. 3D glasses
    24. 24. Google glasses
    25. 25. Augmented reality in future
    26. 26. Summary • Advantage of Augmented Reality • Brilliant Technology • Infinite apps
    27. 27. Any Question?
    28. 28. References • Augmented Reality www.eng.utah.edu/~cs6360/Lectures/Augmented%20Reality • Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Augmented_reality#Head-mount • http://www.slideshare.net/sherylslee/edes-545-augmented-rea • http://www.slideshare.net/BMuye/augmented-reality-the-evol

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