Matrix: A Realtime Object Identification and Registration Method for Augmented Reality

@inproceedings{Rekimoto1998MatrixAR,
  title={Matrix: A Realtime Object Identification and Registration Method for Augmented Reality},
  author={Jun Rekimoto},
  booktitle={APCHI},
  year={1998}
}
This paper introduces a new technique for producing augmented reality systems that simultaneously identify real world objects and estimate their coordinate systems. This method utilizes a 2D matrix marker, a square shaped barcode, which can identify a large number of objects. It also acts as a landmark to register information on real world images. As a result, it costs virtually nothing to produce and attach codes on various kinds of real world objects, because the matrix code are printable. We… CONTINUE READING
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