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Most of today’s mobile internet devices contain facilities to display maps of the user’s surroundings with points of interest embedded into the map. Other researchers have already explored complementary, egocentric visualizations of these points of interest using mobile mixed reality. Being able to perceive the point of interest in detail within the user’s(More)
Visuo-haptic augmented reality systems enable users to see and touch digital information that is embedded in the real world. PHANToM haptic devices are often employed to provide haptic feedback. Precise co-location of computer-generated graphics and the haptic stylus is necessary to provide a realistic user experience. Previous work has focused on(More)
ClonAR enables users to rapidly clone and edit real-world objects. First, real-world objects can be scanned using KinectFusion. Second, users can edit the scanned objects in our visuo-haptic Augmented Reality environment. Our whole pipeline does not use mesh representation of objects, but rather Signed Distance Fields, which are the output of KinectFusion.(More)
Augmented Reality systems that run interactively and in real time, using high quality graphical displays and sensational cues, can create the illusion of virtual objects appearing to be real. This paper presents the design and implementation of BurnAR, a demonstration which enables users to experience the illusion of seeing their own hands burning, which we(More)
Visuo-haptic augmented reality systems enable users to see and touch digital information that is embedded in the real world. Precise co-location of computer graphics and the haptic stylus is necessary to provide a realistic user experience. PHANToM haptic devices are often used in such systems to provide haptic feedback. They consist of two interlinked(More)
Visuo-haptic augmented reality systems enable users to see and touch digital information that is embedded in the real world. Precise colocation of computer graphics and the haptic stylus is necessary to provide a realistic user experience. PHANToM haptic devices are often used in such systems to provide haptic feedback. They consist of two interlinked(More)
Augmented Reality systems that run interactively and in real time, using high quality graphical displays and sensational cues, can create the illusion of virtual objects appearing to be real. This paper presents the design, implementation, and evaluation of BurnAR, a novel demonstration which enables users to experience the illusion of seeing their own(More)