Architecture and prototype of augmented Reality videophone service

Abstract

A system architecture that enhances existing videophone service with Augmented Reality (AR) technology is designed. The architecture is used to prototype an “AiR Stamp” system that allows users to place virtual objects on video images as if they were affixing stamps to actual scenes. System feasibility is evaluated by applying it to a remote support service scenario where the stamps are used for telepointing. The video latency and accuracy of stamp positions are confirmed to be at a usable level.

DOI: 10.1109/ICIN.2011.6081108

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@article{Fukayama2011ArchitectureAP, title={Architecture and prototype of augmented Reality videophone service}, author={Atsushi Fukayama and Shunsuke Takamiya and Junichi Nakagawa and Noriyasu Arakawa and Naoyoshi Kanamaru and Naoki Uchida}, journal={2011 15th International Conference on Intelligence in Next Generation Networks}, year={2011}, pages={80-85} }