Camille Scherrer

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This paper describes a particular book called <i>Souvenirs du monde des montagnes</i>, which draws its iconography from the history of a Swiss mountain family from 1910 to 1930. By simply dipping into the first few pages, the reader will be lost between real and virtual universes, wonder about the evolution of the images' meanings, and question an object's(More)
This paper describes an artwork that relies on recent Computer Vision and Augmented Reality techniques to animate the illustrations of a poetry book. Because we don’t need markers, we can achieve seamless integration of real and virtual elements to create the desired atmosphere. The visualization is done on a computer screen to avoid cumbersome Head-Mounted(More)
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