The MagicBook: a transitional AR interface

@article{Billinghurst2001TheMA,
  title={The MagicBook: a transitional AR interface},
  author={Mark Billinghurst and Hirokazu Kato and Ivan Poupyrev},
  journal={Computers & Graphics},
  year={2001},
  volume={25},
  pages={745-753}
}
The MagicBook is a Mixed Reality interface that uses a real book to seamlessly transport users between Reality and Virtuality. A vision-based tracking method is used to overlay virtual models on real book pages, creating an Augmented Reality (AR) scene. When users see an AR scene they are interested in they can fly inside it and experience it as an immersive Virtual Reality (VR). The interface also supports multi-scale collaboration, allowing multiple users to experience the same virtual en… CONTINUE READING
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