Robust Visual Tracking for Non-Instrumented Augmented Reality

@inproceedings{Klein2003RobustVT,
  title={Robust Visual Tracking for Non-Instrumented Augmented Reality},
  author={Georg S. W. Klein and Tom Drummond},
  booktitle={ISMAR},
  year={2003}
}
This paper presents a robust and flexible framework for augmented reality which does not require instrumenting either the environment or the workpiece. A model-based visual tracking system is combined with with rate gyroscopes to produce a system which can track the rapid camera rotations generated by a head-mounted camera, even if images are substantially degraded by motion blur. This tracking yields estimates of head position at video field rate (50Hz) which are used to align computer… CONTINUE READING
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