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An augmented reality system for earthquake disaster response

@inproceedings{Leebmann2004AnAR,
  title={An augmented reality system for earthquake disaster response},
  author={Johannes Leebmann},
  year={2004}
}
The paper describes the augmented reality system (ARS) developed as part of a disaster management tool of the Collaborative Research Centre 461 (CRC461) at the Universität Karlsruhe (TH). An ARS superposes an image of reality with a virtual image that extends the visible scenery of reality. Its use in the context of disaster management is to represent different invisible disaster-relevant information (humans hidden by debris, simulations of damages and measures) and overlay it with the image of… 

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