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Improving AR visualization with Kalman filtering and horizon-based orientation – To prevent boats to run aground at sea

@inproceedings{Larsson2018ImprovingAV,
  title={Improving AR visualization with Kalman filtering and horizon-based orientation – To prevent boats to run aground at sea},
  author={Tobias C Larsson},
  year={2018}
}
This thesis researched the possibility of improving the compass of smartphones as the earth’s magnetic field is not strong and is easily disturbed, either by the environment or technology. The compass is used in Augmented Reality (AR) when the AR visualization should correspond to a position on earth. The issue lies in oscillating input values to the compass that reduces the AR experience. To improve the AR experience without the use of external equipment, this work tried to both filter the… 

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