Venkataraman Sundareswaran

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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)
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)
Outdoor Augmented Reality (AR) applications require robust tracking. RSC has developed a real-time visual tracking system that uses visual cues of buildings in an urban environment for improving the registration results of a conventional tracking system. This approach is based on the " Visual Servoing " method. We have demonstrated the feasibility of this(More)
participated in the DARPA Urban Challenge and was one of the 11 teams selected to compete in the final event. Through development, testing, and participation in the official events, we experimented and demonstrated autonomous truck operations in (controlled) urban streets of California, Wisconsin, and Michigan under various climate and traffic conditions.(More)
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Visual servoing is a framework for achieving the tight coupling of camera movements and information from images. We consider a typical visual servoing approach that uses geometric information about image features for controlling the position and attitude of a camera. We extend the applicability of this approach by using image motion information. To this(More)
Augmented Reality brings technology developed for virtual environments into the real world. This approach can be used to provide instructions for routine maintenance and error diagnostics of technical devices. The Rockwell Science Center is developing a system that utilizes Augmented Reality t e c hniques to provide the user with a form of \X-Ray Vision"(More)