The constrained SLAM framework for non-instrumented augmented reality

@article{Tamaazousti2015TheCS,
  title={The constrained SLAM framework for non-instrumented augmented reality},
  author={Mohamed Tamaazousti and Sylvie Naudet-Collette and Vincent Gay-Bellile and Steve Bourgeois and Bassem Besbes and Michel Dhome},
  journal={Multimedia Tools and Applications},
  year={2015},
  volume={75},
  pages={9511-9547}
}
This paper addresses the challenging issue of marker less tracking for Augmented Reality. It proposes a real-time camera localization in a partially known environment, i.e. for which a geometric 3D model of one static object in the scene is available. We propose to take benefit from this geometric model to improve the localization of keyframe-based SLAM by constraining the local bundle adjustment process with this additional information. We demonstrate the advantages of this solution, called… CONTINUE READING
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