Jan-Patrick Hülß

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Marker-based optical outside-in tracking is a mature and robust technology used by many AR, VR and motion capture applications. However, in small environments the tracking cameras are often difficult to install. An example scenario are ergonomic studies in car manufacturing, where the motion of a worker needs to be tracked in small spaces such as the trunk(More)
In industrial manufacturing processes, targets for infrared marker based tracking have to be robust and must integrate into the tools without disturbing the work flow. In this paper, we propose cylindrical markers attached directly to the tool. We show that, targets equipped with cylindrical markers can be tracked with about the same precision as targets(More)
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