Enabling Fine-Grained Permissions for Augmented Reality Applications with Recognizers

  title={Enabling Fine-Grained Permissions for Augmented Reality Applications with Recognizers},
  author={Suman Jana and David Molnar and Alexander Moshchuk and Alan M. Dunn and Benjamin Livshits and Helen J. Wang and Eyal Ofek},
  booktitle={USENIX Security Symposium},
Augmented reality (AR) applications sense the environment, then render virtual objects on human senses. Examples include smartphone applications that annotate storefronts with reviews and XBox Kinect games that show “avatars” mimicking human movements. No current OS has special support for such applications. As a result, permissions for AR applications are necessarily coarse-grained : applications must ask for access to raw sensor feeds, such as video and audio. These raw feeds expose… CONTINUE READING
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