NaviGlass: Indoor Localisation Using Smart Glasses

@inproceedings{Zhang2016NaviGlassIL,
  title={NaviGlass: Indoor Localisation Using Smart Glasses},
  author={Yongtuo Zhang and Wen Hu and Weitao Xu and Hongkai Wen and Chun Tung Chou},
  booktitle={EWSN},
  year={2016}
}
Smart glasses (e.g. Google Glasses) is a class of wearable embedded devices with both inertial sensors and camera onboard. This paper proposes a smart glass-based indoor localisation method called NaviGlass. Because of high energy consumption of vision sensors, NaviGlass uses inertial sensors predominantly and uses the camera images for correcting the drift in the position estimates due to the accumulated errors of inertial sensors. Due to limited computation resources available on smart… CONTINUE READING
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