POLAR: portable, optical see-through, low-cost augmented reality

@inproceedings{Olwal2005POLARPO,
  title={POLAR: portable, optical see-through, low-cost augmented reality},
  author={A. Olwal and Tobias H{\"o}llerer},
  booktitle={VRST '05},
  year={2005}
}
We describe POLAR, a portable, optical see-through, low-cost augmented reality system, which allows a user to see annotated views of small to medium-sized physical objects in an unencumbered way. No display or tracking equipment needs to be worn. We describe the system design, including a hybrid IR/vision head-tracking solution, and present examples of simple augmented scenes. POLAR's compactness could allow it to be used as a lightweight and portable PC peripheral for providing mobile users… Expand
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