Mobile Camera as a Human Vision in Augmented Reality

@article{Weng2012MobileCA,
  title={Mobile Camera as a Human Vision in Augmented Reality},
  author={Edmund Ng Giap Weng and Rehman Ullah Khan and Shahren Ahmad Zaidi Adruce and Oon Yin Bee},
  journal={Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={11},
  pages={3568-3575}
}
The real world objects can be recognized by using marker based and marker-less augmented reality systems. Mostly, the previous developers used markers based augmented reality systems. However, those systems actually hide the reality and it was also difficult to keep the markers everywhere. Furthermore, the previous marker-less approaches use client-server architecture, which is drastically affected by network latency. Smartphone camera is matured enough that it can recognize real world objects… Expand

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