Clement Tam

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The efficacy of a sound localization training procedure that provided listeners with auditory, visual, and proprioceptive/vestibular feedback as to the correct sound-source position was evaluated using a virtual auditory display that used nonindividualized head-related transfer functions (HRTFs). Under these degraded stimulus conditions, in which the(More)
Personal applications employing Augmented Reality (AR) technology for information systems require ease of use and wearability. Progress in hardware miniaturization is enabling the development of wearable testbeds for such applications, providing sufficient computing power for the demanding AR tasks. RSC has assembled a wearable testbed for AR applications,(More)
Augmented Reality (AR) presentations may be visual or auditory. Auditory presentation has the potential to provide hands-free and visually non-obstructing cues. Recently, we have developed a 3D audio wearable system that can be used to provide alerts and informational cues to a mobile user in such a manner as to appear to emanate from specific locations in(More)
This paper describes our ongoing efforts to develop an Augmented Reality system for enhanced pilot situational awareness in airport runways and taxiways. The system consists of a sensing component based on computer vision and an information component based on high-fidelity graphic model databases. Vision algorithms are used for a variety of guidance and(More)
Personal applications employing Augmented Reality (AR) technology require ease of use and wearability. Progress in hardware miniaturization has enabled the development of wearable testbeds providing sufficient computing power for demanding AR tasks. RSC has assembled a wearable testbed for AR applications consisting solely of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS)(More)
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