A calibration method for optical see-through head-mounted displays with a depth camera

@article{Jun2016ACM,
  title={A calibration method for optical see-through head-mounted displays with a depth camera},
  author={Hanseul Jun and Gunhee Kim},
  journal={2016 IEEE Virtual Reality (VR)},
  year={2016},
  pages={103-111}
}
We propose a fast and accurate calibration method for the optical see-through (OST) head-mounted displays (HMD), taking advantage of a low-cost time-of-flight depth-camera. Recently, affordable OST-HMDs and depth-cameras are widely appearing in the commercial market. In order to correctly reflect the user experience into the calibration process, our method demands a user wearing the HMD to repeatedly point at rendered virtual circles with their fingertips. From the repeated calibration data, we… CONTINUE READING

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