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Cooperatively Augmenting Smart Objects with Projector-Camera Systems

By David Molyneaux and Hans Gellersen

Abstract

In this paper we propose an object-centric method of augmenting mobile smart objects using projection onto the surface of the objects. We assume that the objects are both real world objects with an inherent use, and autonomous computational nodes that can communicate with the environment in real time. We investigate how an object’s capability for self description and sensing can be used in cooperation with a projector-camera system’s vision capability to help locate, track and display information onto object surfaces in an unconstrained environment without using markers

Year: 2006
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.lancs.ac.uk:13021
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